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Fig. 14


Three-color images from the SDSS imaging survey (first panel), vs. those obtained from the V500 CALIFA data (second panel), for the same objects shown in Fig. 7: NGC 6411 (left), NGC 6497 (middle) and UGC 11262 (right). For the CALIFA data, u, g and r-band images were synthesized from the corresponding datacubes. The third panel shows a comparison between the azimuthal averaged surface brightness profiles at the g-band, derived from synthesized images created from the V500 datacubes (blue circles) and the SDSS ones (red squares). The bottom panel shows the synthesized g-band image, color-scaled, together with two logarithm-scaled counter plots: one corresponding to the SDSS g-band image, in grey color, and the other corresponding to the synthesized image, in black.

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