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Figure 5
Merging statistics as a function of resolution. (a) At high resolution 〈I/σI〉 is higher in the uncorrected dataset (black curve) than in the corrected dataset (orange curve), and the values tend to zero only in the corrected dataset. The horizontal dotted line at 〈I/σI〉 = 1 is added to aid comparison. Beyond the edge of the detector (vertical dotted line) the completeness drops sharply for both the uncorrected (black dashed curve) and the corrected (orange dashed curve) datasets. (b) CC1/2 is slightly higher for the corrected images (orange curve) than for the uncorrected images (black curve). Beyond the edge of the detector, indicated by the vertical dotted line, the curves are dominated by noise.

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Volume 49| Part 3| June 2016| Pages 1029-1034
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