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Fig. 2.


Illustration of the fitting procedure used to decompose the contribution from the isotropic haloes and the filament. The stacked CMASS galaxy pairs for the Compton y-map are shown in black and white in the main panel. The mean horizontal profile extracted from the 2D plot is in the upper panel. The pink dashed lines indicate the 60° subtended angle used to construct the mean radial profile in the left panel. The arrows demonstrate how the two haloes were decomposed for the halo modelling. Blue colours correspond to the primary halo contribution, green to the secondary halo, and pink to the combined contribution from the two haloes. F(r) indicates the sum of the two isotropic halo profiles [f(r1) and f(r2)] along the vertical direction.

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