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Table A.1

Median masses of the population of each NGC 2264 subregion listed in Sung et al. (2009), and p-values resulting from applying a two-sample K-S test to the cumulative distributions in mass of each pair of subregions.

M(M) p-values from two-sample K-S test
Field Halo Cone (H) S Mon Cone (C) Spokes

Field 0.73 ··· ··· ··· ··· ···
Halo 0.54 0.112 ··· ··· ··· ···
Cone (H) 0.63 0.728 0.586 ··· ··· ···
S Mon 0.69 0.974 0.083 0.629 ··· ···
Cone (C) 0.55 0.283 0.932 0.675 0.162 ···
Spokes 0.70 0.607 0.064 0.449 0.440 0.272

Notes. The upper and lower error bars associated with the median masses delimit the range of variability of the computed median if we take into account the objects with (Teff, Lbol) coordinates but no mass estimate from the HR diagram in Fig. 7 because they fall outside the area covered by the model grid. When no error bars are reported, the variation on the value estimated following this approach is lower than 0.01. p-values smaller than 0.1 are reported in italic. The K-S test table is symmetric with respect to its diagonal.

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