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Fig. 2.


Comparison of the errors for the intermediate case with kmax = 0.30 h Mpc−1. The points indicate deviation of each code from the median of the codes, the light grey area indicates the maximum deviation from the median of the marginalised errors, while the dark grey area indicates the same but for the unmarginalised errors. Top-left panel: four shape parameters. The rest of the panels show redshift-dependent parameters. Specifically, the top-right panel is for the angular diameter distance logarithm, ln DA, the bottom-left for the Hubble function, ln H, and the bottom-right for the growth of structure, ln 8. As explained in the text, the values of these parameters in each redshift bin are treated as separate, independent parameters. However, to indicate that the quantities would be in reality expected to evolve in redshift, we connect the dots with dotted lines in the marginalised case. In the unmarginalised case, we don’t plot lines, since the shaded area connects the points already. The non-linear parameters σp and σv, as well as ln 8 and Ps, have been marginalised over.

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