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Fig. D.1.


Tomographic E/B mode COSEBIs analysis of DES-SV, spanning an angular range of [0.5′,100′]. Each panel shows the COSEBIs modes for the tomographic redshift bin pair z − ij, corresponding to the correlation between photometric redshift bins i and j (see Sect. 3 for the definition of the redshift bins). The E-modes (upper right panel) can be compared to the theoretical expectation given by the cosmological parameters listed in Table 1. Note that COSEBIs modes are discrete and we only connect the theoretical model in a curve as a visual aid. The B-modes (lower left panel) can be compared to the null-case (dashed) where the reduced χ2 value for the B-modes being equal to zero is given, for the auto-correlation cases, in their corresponding panels. The reduced χ2 and p-value of the full data vector is listed in the upper left.

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