T–T plots at Nside = 64, using the mask shown in Fig. 11. The best-fitting lines and emissivities shown are determined where the AME amplitude is less than 1 mK. The Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient (s-rank) and the Pearson’s correlation coefficient (r) are also shown. Top row: AME (μK at 22.8 GHz) compared to: a) Planck 545 GHz (MJy sr-1); b) the Commander thermal dust solution at 353 GHz (μK); and c) τ353 (rescaled by 105). Middle row: d) 100 μm (MJy sr-1); e) H i (K km s-1); and f) CO J = 2 → 1 (K km s-1). Bottom row: g) IRAS 12 μm (MJy sr-1) divided by G0; h) IRAS 25 μm (MJy sr-1) divided by G0; and i) dust radiance calculated from the Commander products.
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