Statistical significance of the deviation of every sky region compared to the rest of the sky as a function of the position in the extragalactic sky. The maps are created with cones of θ = 90° (top left), θ = 75° (top right), θ = 60° (bottom left) and θ = 45° (bottom right, only regions with ≥35 clusters are shown). The value of every point is extracted by using all the clusters in the same cone. All maps have the same color scale (−5σ, 3σ). The minus (“−”) sign indicates that the corresponding sky region has a lower A than the rest of the sky.
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