Fig. 9.


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A sample of the three provided levels of UARS/SUSIM, the original data, named level 0 (a), re-gridded and missing data interpolated as level 1 (b), and our best-estimate, level 2, where outliers have been removed and re-interpolated (c). One solar proxy, Mg II, is shown for comparison (black dots). The error bars represent our estimate of the precision, including the induced uncertainty of each method. Also shown are the values of all set flags. For example, a value of 24 means that bits 3 (23) and 4 (24) are set, marking this data-point as both being detected as an outlier (8) and re-interpolated in the final interpolation (16).

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