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The KS goodness-of-fit analysis that we used to obtain our results for the P values between the curvature distribution of the experiments and our model was carried out through the standard statistical package available in Wolfram Mathematica version 11.2. To compare the curvature distributions, we took 1000 random samples of sizes 500 and 1000 from each distribution and calculated the KS P value for each of them. The reported average P values are the average over all the tests of the individual random samples.

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