PLEASE NOTE: Estimation of the g-value and correcting for fading
using the approach after Huntley & Lamothe (2001) is computationally expensive,
which is why the number of Monte Carlo simulations is fixed to 100 and 1000,
respectively. Consider running the code given in the R code panels with a higher
number of MC iterations in a local R environment.
Fading correction after Huntley & Lamothe (2001)
Tc = time in seconds between irradiation and the
prompt measurement (cf. Huntley & Lamothe 2001). Tc, g-value = the time in seconds between irradiation
and the prompt measurement used for estimating the g-value.
If the g-value was normalised to, e.g., 2 days, this time in
seconds (i.e., 172800) should be given here.
This time should be identical to tc, which is usually case for
g-values obtained using the SAR method and g-values that had
been not normalised to 2 days.
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