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Fig. 5

From: Repeatability analysis of airborne electromagnetic surveys

Fig. 5

Boxplots of the signal to noise ratio for the spline models by target altitude for each frequency. Higher values indicate more repeatable results. As for the Weiner Process model, it appears that lower target altitudes give higher signal-to-noise ratios. Note, however, the larger number of outliers here, due to the greater flexibility in the spline model

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