Planetary Space Weather
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Comparing the peak-selection method and the Cravens solution (a) below dynamic pressure values of 7 nPa. The two methods correlate well with a correlation coefficient R = 0.87 and a p value less than 0.001. The plot shows that the Cravens solution tends to give lower estimates than the peak selection. In (b) we show the correlation between the peak-selection method and the OMNI lasso propagated solar wind dynamic pressure values. To calculate the correlation coefficient, we filtered out the transient events in the solar wind and got R = 0.69 and p < 0.001 showing a strong linear relationship between the two datasets.

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