Top panel: distribution of the transit radii in our sample vs. the incident flux. The mass is colour coded. The radii begin to show a correlation with flux at ~ 2 × 105 W m−2, corresponding to where inflated hot Jupiters begin to appear (Demory & Seager 2011). Bottom panel: the transit radii plotted against mass, colour coded by incident flux.
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