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Fig. 3


Galaxy cluster mass function for the cosmological model best fitting the REFLEX Cluster Survey data based on different cluster mass function models. The mass functions are normalised to the results based on the Tinker mass function (solid line). The dashed line shows the results for the mass function model by Watson et al. (2013) with the uncertainty range labeled by (b), and the dashed-dotted line the results using the model by Despali et al. (2016) with uncertainties labeled by (a). The yellow-shaded region labeled (c) shows the uncertainties after marginalisation for the mass function based on Tinker et al. and the red region labeled (d) indicates the additional uncertainties from the marginalisation over the uncertainty in the Hubble parameter.

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