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Fig. 12


Redshift comparison between our MUSE-Wide emission line selected galaxy sample in the CDFS and literature redshifts (see text for cross-matching details). Literature redshifts are from the catalogues from Momcheva et al. (2016) and Tasca et al. (2017), where the former includes a compilation of ground based spectroscopic redshifts from Wuyts et al. (2008) and photometric-redshifts from Skelton et al. (2014). See text for further details on the cross-matching procedure. Top panel: literature redshifts (zLit) versus MUSE-Wide redshifts (zMW). Symbol size encodes the confidence on the MUSE-Wide emission line classification (Sect. 3.2), with the largest symbols representing “Confidence 3” sources, the medium sized symbols representing “Confidence 2” sources, and the smallest symbols representing “Confidence 1”. The different symbols encode the source of the catalogue redshifts according to the legend. Bottom panel: absolute relative difference between literature and MUSE-Wide redshifts. The horizontal line denotes the boundary | zMWzLit | /(1 + zMW) = 0.1 where we distinguish between redshift equality and redshift mismatches.

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