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Fig. 20.


Baryonic Tully–Fisher relation for disc galaxies in NEWHORIZON at different redshifts as labelled in the panel with the raw data points overplotted as crosses for redshift z = 0.25 (purple plus signs), compared to the two best fits from McGaugh & Schombert (2015; dashed black and dot-dashed black) and the best fit from Ponomareva et al. (2018; solid black; in thick their fit over the range of their data points, while the thin part is the extrapolated part). The fit to the NEWHORIZON data at z = 0.25 (thick dotted purple line) shows a better level of agreement with the data from Ponomareva et al. (2018; with a slope of one-third) over those of McGaugh & Schombert (2015; slope of one-fourth).

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