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Fig. 3.


Eclipse light curve classification according to Matijevič et al. (2012) as a function of orbital period. The size of each bloc is adjusted to include 10% of the total number of systems that were classified. The total number of classified systems is 2734 and each chunk consists of 273 ± 1 systems. The median orbital period is 2.30 days, while the 10 and 90 percentiles are 0.33 and 43.3 days, respectively. The labels “D”, “SD”, “OC”, and “ELL” refer to detached, semidetached, overcontact and ellipsoidal systems. A total of 1431 systems are D, 413 are SD, 290 are OC, and 599 are ELL, i.e., a total of 2135 systems are classified as EBs.

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