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Table 1.

Published best-fitting cosmological parameters for the surveys (KiDS-450, CFHTLenS, and DES-SV: Hildebrandt et al. 2017; Heymans et al. 2013; Abbott et al. 2016), and the simulation (SLICS, Harnois-Déraps et al. 2018), that we use in this paper.

σ8 Ωm ns h Ωb AIA
KiDS-450 0.849 0.2478 1.09 0.747 0.0400 1.1
CFHTLenS 0.794 0.255 0.967 0.717 0.0437 −1.18
DES-SV 0.745 0.378 0.96 0.405 0.0440 2.07
SLICS 0.826 0.2905 0.969 0.6898 0.0473 0

Notes. σ8 is the standard deviation of perturbations in a sphere of radius 8 h−1 Mpc today. ns is the spectral index of the primordial power spectrum. Ωm and Ωb are the matter and baryon density parameters, respectively and h is the dimensionless Hubble parameter. The underlying cosmology for all cases is a flat ΛCDM model with Gaussian initial perturbations. The final column shows AIA, the amplitude of the intrinsic galaxy alignment model. DES-SV best-fit parameters are provided by Zuntz (2018, priv. comm.).

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