Top panels: results of the HOG analysis of the THOR HI and GRS 13CO observationsin the velocity range 47.5 ≤ vLSR ≤ 62.5 km s−1 over the region presented in Fig. 12. Left panels: projected Rayleigh statistic, V (v13CO, vHI), the HOG statistical test of spatial correlation between HI and 13CO velocity-channel maps, defined in Eq. (3). The contours indicate the 3ςV, 4ςV, and 5ςV levels in the corresponding velocity range. Right panels: mean resultant vector length, r(v13CO, vHI), with the 3ςV confidence interval, a HOG metric that is roughly equivalent to the percentage of gradient pairs that imply the spatial correlation between the velocity-channel maps, defined in Eq. (2). Bottom panels: same for the maximum-V block shown in Fig. 14
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