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The completeness function of the galaxy sample. The completeness weight for the galaxies with a velocity dispersion for clusters (top row) and the field (bottom row). Left: as a function of galaxy magnitude in the I band in a 1 arcsec radius aperture; right: as a function of dynamical mass. Colors code the spectral type (black: 1; red: 2). Filled circles show galaxies with redshift either equal to or higher than 0.6, open circles galaxies with redshift lower than 0.6. The green full lines with error bars show the bin averages and rms over the full redshift range. The dotted lines refer to the sample with z < 0.6, the dashed lines to the sample with z ≥ 0.6.

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