Difference between COSEBIs E-modes and their theory value (left) and COSEBIs B-modes (right) for a single broad redshift bin. The only difference between this figure and Fig. 3, is the left column. Results for DES-SV are shown with blue squares, KiDS-450 with black stars and CFHTLenS with magenta triangles. The angular ranges are shown for each row in the upper right corner. In addition, the significance of the B-modes is shown as p-values for each survey and angular range. E-mode predictions are calculated using the best fitting cosmological parameter values given in Table 1 for DES-SV (solid), KiDS-450 (dashed) and CFHTLenS (dotted). Note that COSEBIs modes are discrete and the theory values are connected to each other only as a visual aid. A zero-line is also shown for reference.
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