Table 5: Analysis of Kepler-4b through -8b.

ParameterValueFractional Differencea
Kipping and Bakos 2010TAPTAP-KB10

Kepler-4b

Period −0.15
Inclination 0.18
0.18
−0.35

Kepler-5b

Period 0.12
Inclination 0.41
0.49
−0.11

Kepler-6b

Period −0.23
Inclination 0.3
0.24
−0.52

Kepler-7b

Period −0.27
Inclination −0.29
−0.24
0.15

Kepler-8b

Period 1
Inclination −0.68
−0.69
0.39

Inferred system parameters from TAP MCMC analysis of Kepler light curves as compared to the work by [43]. For Kepler 4–7, the difference between TAP and KB10 fits hold no statistical significance. The larger differences seen in Kepler 8 analyses are likely a result of the enhanced noise in the Kepler 8 dataset and the inclusion of RV measurements by KB10.
aParameterization of agreement: the significance of the difference between TAP and KB10 parameters. Fractional difference = .