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Illustration of a large field simulation produced by our FVAE. Top and bottom panels: same field simulated at the depths of the EDS and the EWS, respectively. The stamps show zoomed-in regions where some galaxies present morphological diversity. In the large field images, we use the IRAF ‘zscale’ that stretches and clips the low and high values to better highlight the differences between the EWS and the EDS. The stamps are in linear scale, which better emphasises the structures. With the stretching induced by the zscale, all the structures disappear and only the global shape is still recognisable. Finally, the apparent different level of background between the stamps and the global image is also due to the different brightness scale (different maximum and minimum values in each of them).

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