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Fig. 5 | BMC Neuroscience

Fig. 5

From: Olfactory perception of chemically diverse molecules

Fig. 5

Variability in perception. a The ten stimuli with the most variability in intensity (most variable on top). b The four pairs of all stimuli with the largest correlation between intensity ratings (for each correlation: p < 1E−11). Only the 778 stimuli perceived on average to be more intense than water (14.44) were included in this analysis. In the chemical structures, atoms are colored as follows: carbon (gray), oxygen (red), nitrogen (blue), sulfur (yellow)

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