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!!DPCM compression (all samples) 

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!!Histogram for DPCM (all)

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There seem to be distinct populations in the scatter plots that are reflected as multiple peaks in the histogram. I suspect that this effect reflects the different exposure times.

It would be good — if time allows — to see separate histograms (or mean and stdev numbers) for the different exposure times on the different targets.

--[David R Williams|http://null], 01-May-2008