Mean LFIR – to – L1.4 GHz ratio (qFIR) of galaxies as a function of dust temperature, as derived from our stacking analysis. In each panel, we give the Spearman rank correlation (ρs), the null hypothesis probability (Sig.), and show the median uncertainties on our qFIR and Tdust estimates. In the redshift bin with a statistically significant (Sig.<5% and ) correlation, we plot (red long-dashed lines) a linear fit, qFIR = (0.023 ± 0.008) × Tdust + (1.47 ± 0.32). The rest of the lines and shaded region are the same as in Fig. 8.
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