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Table 3

p-value of a K–S test of the eccentricity distributions from our simulations compared to the observed eccentricities of exoplanets.

K 15 seeds 30 seeds 60 seeds 30 seeds, Speb = 5.0
5 1.72e−6 1.01e−3 0.037 0.114
50 1.18e−6 0.369 0.249 7.37e−3
500 5.55e−12 1.25e−12 1.86e−12 1.22e−57
5000 6.15e−8 4.68e−13 3.37e−8 1.22e−52

Notes. We note here again, that the exoplanet sample is cut at 1.25 Jupiter masses for Speb = 2.5, but continues to five Jupiter masses for Speb = 5.0, because the planets grow more massive in that case. We presume that our simulations match observations if the KS-test returns a p-value larger than 0.05.

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