New Publication at the Open Journal of Astrophysics

Continuing the process of catching up with business at the Open Journal of Astrophysics, here is the first paper of 2023. This one was accepted before Christmas but the final version only appeared on arXiv after the holiday and was published officially on 4th January 2023.

The latest paper is the first paper in Volume 6 (2023) as well as the 66th in all. It’s yet another in the Cosmology and Non-Galactic Astrophysics folder.

The latest publication is entitled “It takes two to know one: Computing accurate one-point PDF covariances from effective two-point PDF models“. This is a British-French-German collaboration led by Cora Uhlemann of Newcastle University with co-authors  Oliver Friedrich, Aoife Boyle, Alex Gough, Alexandre Barthelemy, Francis Bernardeau, and Sandrine Codis.

This is such an interesting paper that we discussed it at our cosmology journal club at Maynooth University a while ago when it first appeared on arXiv and reading it again since then has suggested a nice project to me!

Anyway, here is a screen grab of the overlay which includes the  abstract:



You can click on the image to make it larger should you wish to do so. You can find the officially accepted version of the paper on the arXiv here.

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