Estimation of significance levels and confidence intervals for first-order reversal curve distributions
First-order reversal curve (FORC) distributions provide a means with which to describe a magnetic mineral assemblage in terms of coercivities and interaction fields. In recent years the use of experimentally derived FORC distributions has increased dramatically and they are being placed in an increasingly quantitative interpretational framework. An outstanding issue for calculation and interpretation of FORC data sets is the statistical significance that can be assigned to structures in...[Show more]
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