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Table 3

Definition of the detrending identifiers in relation to the respective detrending functions that we explored in our transit injection-retrieval experiment of the Kepler-1625 data.

Identifier Detrending Function Reject Data Beyond Gap?
P2/G 2nd order polynomial yes
P2/N 2nd order polynomial no
P3/G 3rd order polynomial yes
P3/N 3rd order polynomial no
P4/G 4th order polynomial yes
P4/N 4th order polynomial no
T/G trigonometric yes
T/N trigonometric no

Notes. We define a gap as any empty parts in the light curve that show more than 12 h between consecutive data points. The trigonometric function refers to our reimplementation of the CoFiAM algorithm. P2 to P4 refer to polynomials of second to fourth order. T refers to our trigonometric detrending. G stands for the inclusion of data beyond gaps, N stands for the exclusion of data beyond gaps.

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