Free Access

Table 1.

Number of sources in the radio catalogs after each step of the cross-matching and filtering processes.

XMM-Newton
Swift Only
Catalog N Source X+UV UV Qual. X+UV UV Qual. Total
Best+12 18 286 Cat. 110 58 59 18 76
Chandola+20 27 Cat. 1 1 3 0 1
Ching+17 6720 Cat. 38 16 18 4 20
FRXCAT 507 Cat. 26 14 7 4 18
Gendre+10 636 Cat. 40 20 35 19 39
GRG_catalog 820 Cat. 23 8 10 5 13
Kosmaczewski+20 29 Cat. 7 1 5 3 4
Liao+20_I 126 Cat. 9 1 4 3 4
Liao+20_II 91 Lit. 16 9 7 4 13
Macconi+20 63 Lit. 26 23 2 2 25
Mingo+19 5805 Cat. 15 8 11 5 13
Miraghaei+17_FR 1329 Cat. 16 7 9 3 10
Miraghaei+17_FR_HL 245 Cat. 7 3 6 1 4
ROGUEI 32 616 Cat. 34 21 17 8 29
Sobolewska+19a 25 Cat. 11 2 5 2 4

Notes. Column 1: catalog name as defined in Sect. 3. Column 2: number of sources in the literature radio catalog. Column 3: source of the X-ray data. “Cat.” means that the source is either the XMM-Newton simultaneous catalog or the Swift X-ray & UV catalog. “Lit.” means that the X-ray values (Γ and LX) were from the literature reference associated with the catalog name. Columns 3–8: number of sources left after filtering, cross-matching the radio catalogs with XMM-Newton and Swift X-ray and UV catalogs, and data quality cuts. If the source of the X-ray data is a source catalog, X+UV is the number of sources left in the radio catalog after applying filtering to the sources that matched with the simultaneous XMM-Newton simultaneous catalog and the Swift X-ray & UV catalog under the respective observatory columns (see Sect. 4.1). In this case, we did not cross-match with the UV-only catalogs, resulting in a “–” value in the UV column. If the source of X-ray data is from the literature reference, UV is the number of sources after filtering that matched with the XMM-OM-SUSS 5.0 and Swift UVOTSSC UV source catalogs (see Sect. 4.1). In this case, we did not cross-match with the X-ray+UV catalogs and only cross-matched with UV catalogs, resulting in a “–” value in X+UV column. “Qual.” is the number of sources left after performing the data quality cuts described in Sect. 4.3. Column 9: total amount of sources for the catalog, produced by combining the sources left in the radio catalogs with either XMM-Newton or Swift matches after cross-matching and data quality cuts.

Current usage metrics show cumulative count of Article Views (full-text article views including HTML views, PDF and ePub downloads, according to the available data) and Abstracts Views on Vision4Press platform.

Data correspond to usage on the plateform after 2015. The current usage metrics is available 48-96 hours after online publication and is updated daily on week days.

Initial download of the metrics may take a while.