Left: SFR–M∗ bins with accurate estimates from our stacking analysis. Estimates are considered accurate if S1.4 GHz/N1.4 GHz > 4 (i.e. signal, S, over noise, N, ratio) and S610 MHz/N610 MHz > 4. Short-dashed lines on a white background show the MS of star formation. Right: fraction of SFR–M∗ bins with M∗ > 1010 M⊙ and with accurate estimates as function of their Δlog (SSFR)MS. Horizontal dashed lines represent the 80% completeness limits. Hatched areas represent the regions of parameter space affected by incompleteness, i.e. where less than 80% of our SFR–M∗ bins have accurate estimates. Shaded regions show the location and dispersion of the MS of star formation.
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