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Fig. 1


Ratio between the redshift-space and real-space two-point spherically averaged correlation functions, ξ(s) /ξ(r), at z = 0.2, for galaxies with log (MSTAR [h-1M]) > 10 (top panel), clusters with log (M500 [h-1M]) > 13 (central panel), and AGN with log (MBH [h-1M]) > 6.3 (bottom panel). The redshift-space correlation functions have been measured directly from the simulation, while the real-space ones have been either measured from the simulation (red dots), or derived from the CAMB power spectrum (blue squares). The error bars represent the statistical noise as prescribed by Mo et al. (1992). The black solid lines show the expected values of ξ(s) /ξ(r) at large scales predicted by Eq. (11b). The dotted blue and dashed red lines are the best-fit ratios estimated from the blue and red points, respectively.

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