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Table 3.

Several examples of different probes and methods indicating similar anisotropic results to ours.

Reference Used method Maximum Significance Angular distance from Comments
anisotropy (l, b) our combined results
This work Clusters LXT (θ = 75°) (303°, −27°) 5.59σ Combination of all samples
This work Clusters LXT (θ = 60°) (281°, −16°) 4.73σ 23° Our sample

Bengaly et al. (2017) Infrared galaxies (323°, −5°) p = 0.064 22°
Yoon et al. (2014) Infrared galaxies (310°, −15°) ∼2.5σ 13°
Yang et al. (2014) SNIa (307°, −14°) p = 0.046 13°
Kalus et al. (2013) SNIa (325°, −19°) 95% 22° z <  0.2 SNIa
Feindt et al. (2013) SNIa (298°, + 15°) p = 0.010 41° z <  0.035 SNIa, probably bulk flow
Mariano & Perivolaropoulos (2012) SNIa + Quasars (315°, −15°) ∼99% 16°
Colin et al. (2011) SNIa (309°, + 19°) p = 0.054 45° z <  0.06 SNIa, probably bulk flow
Webb et al. (2011) Quasars (334°, −13°) 4.2σ 33° 0.22 <  z <  4.18,
Schwarz & Weinhorst (2007) SNIa (290°, −24°) > 95% 11° z <  0.2 SNIa

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