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Fig. 9.


Comparison between the photometric redshifts obtained with EAzY from the broadband photometry alone (zphot) and the spectroscopic redshifts determined from the MOSFIRE spectra (zspec). Robust redshifts (p > 90%) are shown with large filled squares, uncertain redshifts (50% < p < 90%) are shown with open squares, and galaxies with rejected zspec are shown with small gray squares. Galaxies confirmed to be at z  ≥  3 are displayed in red, and interlopers are displayed in orange. The error bars show the 68% confidence intervals. The solid line shows the one-to-one match, while the dotted lines above and below indicate the typical zphot uncertainty of 3%, as estimated for ZFOURGE at 3 < z < 4 in Straatman et al. (2016). These values are listed in Table A.4.

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