Planck 2018 results
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Fig. 66.


Conditional residuals for each cross-spectrum entering into the TT high- likelihood. The blue points show the difference between the data of the displayed cross-spectrum and the conditional prediction for it based on the other cross-spectra (within the ΛCDM baseline model) for the 2018 release, while the grey ones correspond to the 2015 analysis (with its own best-fit model). The conditional predictions are computed taking into account the multipole cuts described in Table 13, i.e., excluding the shaded regions in each panel. The blue lines shows the ±1 σ and ±2 σ contours corresponding to the diagonal of the block of the conditional covariance based on the 2018 data and covariance matrix corresponding to the cross-spectrum shown. Orange and red points correspond to 2 and 3 σ outliers. PTEs are computed for the non-shaded regions, using the Δ  =  30 binning scale as used in the plots.

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