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Title: WiggleZ Dark Energy Survey Baryon Acoustic Oscillation Random Catalogues      
dateReleased:
11-20-2015
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dateCreated:
11-09-2015
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doi:10.5281/ZENODO.33470
creators:
Blake, Chris
Kazin, Eyal
Buetler, Florian
Davis, Tamara M.
Parkinson, David
Brough, Sarah
Colless, Matthew
Couch, Warrick
Croom, Scott
Croton, Darren
Drinkwater, Michael J.
Forster, Karl
Gilbank, David
Gladders, Michael
Glazebrook, Karl
Jelliffe, Ben
Jurek, Russell J.
Li, I-Hui
Madore, Barry
Martin, D. Christopher
Pimbblet, Kevin J.
Poole, Gregory B.
Pracy, Michael
Sharp, Rob
Wisnioski, Emily
Woods, David
Wyder, Ted K.
Yee, H. K. C
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Data products associated with the WiggleZ Dark Energy survey measurement of the Baryon Acoustic Oscillations (BAO), as described in Blake et al. arXiv:1108.2635 (2011, MNRAS, 418, 1707) Data is given for 6 WiggleZ regions (01, 03, 09, 11, 15, 22 hrs) in 3 different overlapping redshift slices (z=0.2-0.6, 0.4-0.8, 0.6-1.0), matching the datasets analyzed in the final WiggleZ baryon acoustic peak paper Blake et al. (2011, MNRAS, 418, 1707). For each sub-region the following files are given: Correlation function: xi_**hr*.dat - correlation function measurement and covariance matrix for each sub-region. Format of the file: 1st line: nbin, ngalaxy nbin lines: mean separation [Mpc/h], xi(s), sqrt[Cov(i,i)] nbin x nbin lines: i, j, Cov(i,j) The covariance matrix is from lognormal realizations, not jack-knife regions. Combined correlation function: xi_combined*.dat - correlation function measurement for each redshift range combining the measurements in each sub-region, in the same format as above. Integral constant: wigglez_ic.dat - integral constraint correction which should be added to the measured correlation function, format of the file is: Region [hr], zmin, zmax, integral constraint delta-xi We are considering adding another 90 random catalogues in the near future. For now the random catalogues used in the previous analysis are available below.
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homePage: https://zenodo.org/
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SCR:004129
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