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It is, therefore, logical to ﬁrst examine how near-ﬁeld run-up scales with mean slip (Fig. 2). In this and subsequent ﬁgures, both inter-plate thrust earthquakes that occur at typical seismogenic depths (solid circles) and anomalously shallow tsunami earthquakes (open squares) are displayed as separate events. A statistical test is performed to determine whether the scaling of run-up with slip and other parameters listed below is signiﬁcant. The null hypothesis in this case is that there is no scaling (zero slope in the regression line, given the available data).