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Table A.4

H i surveys flux scale comparison

survey 1 survey 2 mean FH I ratio N

single-feed/single-feed detectors
Arecibo Nançay calibrators 1.13±0.12 12
GBT Nançay calibrators 0.93±0.24 2
Arecibo GBT 0.99±0.18 16
multi-beam/multi-beam detectors
Arecibo ALFALFA α.40 Parkes HIPASS 1.10±0.36 347
Arecibo ALFALFA α.40 Arecibo AGES 1.20±0.06 14
multi-beam/single-feed detectors
Arecibo ALFALFA α.40 Nançay NIBLES 1.45±0.17 82
Arecibo ALFALFA old scale Nançay NIBLES 1.25±0.14 82
Parkes HIPASS Nançay NIBLES 1.34±0.28 51
Arecibo ALFALFA α.40 Arecibo 1.25±0.16 28
Arecibo ALFALFA α.40 GBT 1.14±0.09 8

Notes. on surveys: Arecibo: single-feed data from O’Neil (2004). Arecibo AGES: multi-beam data, see Sect. 1. Arecibo ALFALFA α.40: multi-beam data with flux scale from Haynes et al. (2011). Arecibo ALFALFA old scale: multi-beam data from Haynes et al. (2011), corrected to the flux scale used in older ALFALFA catalogs (see Sect. 1). GBT: Green Bank Telescope single-feed data from O’Neil (2004). Nançay NIBLES: single-feed data, from the present paper. Parkes HIPASS: multi-beam data from, e.g., Meyer et al. (2004) and Wong et al. (2006).

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