Notes. All runs are for the sigv stack with the concentration-mass relation of Eq. (20). The runs are listed in decreasing maximum likelihood (really posterior), i.e., increasing − ln ℒMLE. The columns are as follows. (1): run number; (2): cluster mass model (i.e., “E” for Einasto, “H” for Hernquist); (3): brightest cluster galaxy mass model (“PS4” for n = 4 Prugniel & Simien 1997, which is a good approximation of the deprojection of a Sersic 1968 model); (4): velocity anisotropy model (“iso” for isotropic, “T” for generalized Tiret et al. and “gOM” for generalized Osipkov-Merritt); (5−7): inner velocity anisotropy for E, S0, and S galaxies (“F” = free, 0 = isotropic); (8−10): outer velocity anisotropy (β) for E, S0, and S galaxies (“F” = free, 0 = isotropic); (11): velocity anisotropy radius tied to tracer scale radius (“Y” = yes, “N” = no); (12): MCMC convergence criterion (R−1 < 0.02 is considered as properly converged, worse convergence runs are shown in red italics); (13): minus log (maximum likelihood estimate, which really is a maximum posterior); (14): number of free parameters; (15): corrected Akaike Information Criterion; (16): Bayes Information Criterion. The best values for −lnℒMLE, AIC, and BIC are highlighted in bold, while blue italics and green italics respectively highlight the best NFW and gNFW models that do not have an extra BCG component.
Current usage metrics show cumulative count of Article Views (full-text article views including HTML views, PDF and ePub downloads, according to the available data) and Abstracts Views on Vision4Press platform.
Data correspond to usage on the plateform after 2015. The current usage metrics is available 48-96 hours after online publication and is updated daily on week days.
Initial download of the metrics may take a while.