Properties of the transiting planet hosts and transiting planets detected across our 1000 simulations. As in Figure 5, the distributions are shown on a log scale and were normalized to show the average counts in a single simulation. The 15.9%, 50%, and 84.1% percentiles are reported at the top of each panel. First row: F146-, r-, i-, z-, and J-band magnitudes of hosts with detected transiting planets. Second row: distance in parsecs, T eff in Kelvin, spectral types, masses in M ⊙, and radii in R ⊙ of the hosts with detected transiting planets. Third row: orbital periods, radii in R ⊕, a/R h , inclinations in degrees, and irradiances in Earth irradiance (G ⊕) of the detected transiting planets. The irradiance distribution includes a shaded area indicating the conservative HZ of Kopparapu et al. (2013). Fourth row: durations in hours, S/N, and number of transits of detected transiting planets.