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Fig. B.1


Potential scale reduction factor R evaluated every ten samples for the parameters σint,0, σenv,0, χlum, and χred, as a function of the number of steps in the MCMC, for the scenario 2C1. The continuous and dashed lines represent a potential scale reduction factor equal to 1.0 and 1.1, respectively. It can be seen that the Gelman and Rubin test indicates convergence after a few thousand steps.

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