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Fig. 11.


Photometric redshift selection bias: the upper panels show the correlations measured from a random intrinsic ellipticity field using the full galaxy sample. Lower panels: correlations measured from the same random intrinsic ellipticity field after a 0.1 ≤ zphot ≤ 0.9 photometric redshift selection has been applied. The 2PCFs shown on the left are ξ+ (squares) and ξ (pluses). On the right panel, ξE (diamonds), ξB (crosses) and the difference between the two (pluses) are shown. The one-sigma error bars correspond to the level of ellipticity noise in the mock data. The signals are shown multiplied by θ in arcminutes and scaled by 104.

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