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Figure 13. Third-order polynomial and planar surfaces fitted to the within-family error data. The surfaces show the percentage of cases where the listener chose a larger instrument as a function of the difference in PR and RS between the scaled and unscaled versions of the note. The data are plotted on a base-2 logarithmic axis for both the change in PR (the abscissa) and the change in RS (the ordinate).
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