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Fig. 19 | Progress in Earth and Planetary Science

Fig. 19

From: Nonlinear dynamical analysis of GNSS data: quantification, precursors and synchronisation

Fig. 19

Sliding windows RQA for station KAIK. The sliding window is 100 days wide with an overlap between windows of 50 days. The main displacement event occcurs in the 50 day window following the red star. For an RQA measure to be a useful precursor it should depart by a factor of two or more from the mean of that measure 100 days (two black dots) before the main event. a Mean. b Standard deviation. c %REC. d %DET. e DMAX. f ENT. g TREND. h %LAM. i VMAX. j TTIME

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