Left: comparison of our results on the slope of the mass-temperature relation with those in the literature (Eckmiller et al. 2011; Lovisari et al. 2015; Sun et al. 2009; Vikhlinin et al. 2009). Right: comparison of the mass of a cluster of temperature T = 3 keV at z = 0.3 based on mass-temperature relations and those in the literature. In both panels, filled circles are samples that use weak-lensing masses, open diamonds are samples that use hydrostatic masses. The COSMOS+CCCP+160D and COSMOS-only relations are from Kettula et al. (2013) and the CFHTLS relation from Kettula et al. (2015). BC has been corrected for Eddington bias.
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