Difference between revisions of "Fisher calcs of 04b/04c for larger value of r"

From CMB-S4 wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Created page with "February 18 2019, Raphael Flauger (posted by Clem Pryke) Raphael has expanded his Fisher code to accept f_sky noise and f_sky signal as separate numbers. At the Washington re...")
 
 
(7 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)
Line 6: Line 6:
  
 
[[File:190218_SATForecasts.pdf]]
 
[[File:190218_SATForecasts.pdf]]
 +
 +
Here is a plot of the numbers from above link (for 6 Chile versus 6 Pole and AL=0.27/0.10 respectively):
 +
 +
[[File:190218_f2.gif|border]]

Latest revision as of 17:55, 12 March 2019

February 18 2019, Raphael Flauger (posted by Clem Pryke)

Raphael has expanded his Fisher code to accept f_sky noise and f_sky signal as separate numbers. At the Washington review meeting he ran the calcs below of the Chile (04c) and Pole (04b, BICEP3) hit patterns for a larger values or r than we have considered before.

File:190218 SATForecasts.pdf

Here is a plot of the numbers from above link (for 6 Chile versus 6 Pole and AL=0.27/0.10 respectively):

190218 f2.gif