Summary of Commander point-source fits.
|Catalog||νref (GHz)||Ntot||Ndet||fdet||a||Pearson’s r||Reference|
|AT20G........||20||4499||4096||0.91||0.977||0.74||Murphy et al. (2010)|
|GB6........||4.85||5814||3415||0.59||0.560||0.69||Gregory et al. (1996)|
|NVSS........||1.4||1527||1094||0.72||0.163||0.10||Condon et al. (1998)|
|PCCS2........||28.5||352||313||0.89||0.867||0.99||Planck Collaboration XXVI (2016)|
Notes. Each row corresponds to one reference catalogue, as described in the text. Columns indicate, from left to right: (1) catalogue name; (2) catalogue reference frequency; (3) total number of catalogue sources selected for the current analysis; (4) number of statistically detected sources in the current analysis; (5) detection rate; (6) relative average normalization factor between Commander-derived and reference flux densities; (7) Pearson’s r correlation coefficient between Commander-derived and reference flux densities; and (8) reference publication.
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