Combined results of H0 as obtained through the LX–T relation using all three independent samples (this work’s sample, ACC and XCS-DR1), as a function of the position in the extragalactic sky for θ = 75° cones. Top: most likely H0 value for every sky region. Bottom: combined significance map of the anisotropy between every sky region and the rest of the sky. We note that the color scale (−5σ, +5σ) is wider than the other significance maps since the amplitude of anisotropies is larger in this case. The most anisotropic directions as found in our analysis and other studies are overplotted. Larger symbols correspond to higher statistical significance. The order of the symbols (studies) follow the same order as in Table 3.
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