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Fig. 8

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a) Histogram of p-values for power law fits to all LYRA flare peak irradiance size distributions determined with the LYRAFF. The dashed vertical line denotes the 5% level below which we reject the null hypothesis, i.e. that the flares are drawn from a power law distribution. b) p-value vs. number of flares greater than xmin for the same flare distributions as in a). We note that distributions with high p-values have less than 500 events above xmin, causing the power law fits to be unreliable.

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