J. Space Weather Space Clim.
Volume 10, 2020
Topical Issue - Space Weather research in the Digital Age and across the full data lifecycle
Article Number 8
Number of page(s) 14
Published online 09 March 2020

Supplementary materials

Each sheet contains information for a different physical parameter.

Rows 6 to 17 describe the latitudinal respresentivity error. That is, the error (in units of the physical parameter) introduced by assuming a measurement at latitude theta is representative of the value at the heliographic equator.

Values are given for different latitudes and solar cycle phases. The median, interquartile and 9 to 95 percentile ranges are given.

Rows 22 to 31 give the latitudinal range of influence of a measurement (in degrees), for various error tolerance levels. Values have been averaged over −7 to +7 latitude.

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