Planck 2013 results
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Fig. 14


Differential counts for the three populations of glitches for one of the detectors with a high rate of glitches (143-2a) measured from simulated data. This can be compared to the results on real data shown in Fig. 8 for the same bolometer. Dashed lines are shown for reference and are identical to the lines shown for the real data. There is almost perfect agreement between simulations and data, except for very high amplitude glitches ≳104σ. Those glitches are affected by the bolometer nonlinearity in the real data, an effect that we did not simulate at this stage, explaining the discrepancies in the counts. We simulated slightly fewer very high amplitude slow glitches than in the Planck data. This affects only about one event per day.

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