Figure outputs of the atlas for T Tau N as an example. Top: uv-coverage plot. Middle: Gaussian size diagram. The plot shows the physical sizes of the disk (HWHM, in au, see Eq. (2)) individually measured for each observation corresponding to different baseline angles. Bottom: results of the interferometric modeling to the correlated and total fluxes (shown at 0 m baseline) at 10.7 μm as a function of baseline length. The blue solid line shows continuous model fit. Red and green lines show the correlated fluxes extrapolated from the continuous model to the K and L bands, respectively (see Sects. 3.3 and 4.5 for more details). Dotted lines show the estimates for the unresolved stellar emission. Data points on each subplot are color-coded for observing date. For the other sources in the sample see Fig. B.1.
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