The SFR in each epoch averaged for different bins in stellar mass (upper panels) and Hubble type (bottom). As in Fig. 5, the left, middle, and right panels show results for the whole galaxy, the inner R< 0.5 HLR, and radial distances between 1.5 and 2 HLR, respectively. Filled stars show SFR values at the original t-sampling of our base of composite stellar populations. The open star at t = 1.8 Gyr shows the SFR obtained by averaging over all populations younger than 2.2 Gyr. Similarly, the open star at the left end of the SFR(t) curves shows the value obtained by averaging over components younger than 32 Myr. The shaded regions represent the statistical uncertainty on the mean curves.
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