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Table 1

Morphology types in the light curve sample of NGC 2264 members.

Morphology class Count c/w % tot. % Per

Burster 21 21/0 4.2 38.1
Dipper 37 35/0 7.4 68.6
Spotted 187 44/153 37.3 100.0
Multi-periodic 34 6/24 7.2 100.0
Eclipsing binary 3 2/1 0.6 100.0
Stochastic 22 19/0 4.4 31.6
Long-timescale variable 3 2/1 0.6 33.3
Non-variable 82 20/40 16.3 0.0
Others* 114 27/58 22.7 28.7

Notes. Morphology class = classification of the light curve variability type; each class is briefly defined in Appendix A of this work. Count = number of objects in the sample with light curves falling in the corresponding category (a given object is here attributed to a single category, namely the one that best describes the dominant variability features of its light curve, although some cases may also exhibit traits of a different morphology class). c/w = number of CTTS/number of WTTS among objects in the corresponding morphology class. % tot. = percentage of objects in the sample that fall in the corresponding morphology class. % Per = percentage of objects in the corresponding morphology class which are found to be periodic.


Non-sorted light curves (unclassifiable variable type or affected by, e.g., temperature jumps).

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