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Fig. 5


Top panel: mean coincidence matrix comparing the chosen classification with the other 99 performed classifications. Elements on the mean diagonal represent the coincidence ratio of a class and can be interpreted as the stability of the class. The elements in the diagonal are labelled with their corresponding class number and highlighted in green if the class has a coincidence ratio above 75 per cent or in red if the class has coincidence ratio below 25 per cent. Elements off the diagonal can be interpreted as the confusion rate between two classes. We highlight confusion rates above 25 per cent with white stars. Bottom panel: histogram of the coincidence ratios corresponding to the diagonal of the coincidence matrix. A green dashed line marks the 75 per cent level, while a red line marks the 25 per cent level.

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