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CosmoMC: sigma8 as a fitted parameter
 
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Graeme Addison



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PostPosted: July 08 2017  Reply with quote

Is there a straightforward way to run CosmoMC with sigma8 as a fitted, rather than derived, parameter? For example if one wanted to look at a fit to only weak lensing or redshift-space distortion measurements without having to fit As and ns.
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Antony Lewis



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PostPosted: July 08 2017  Reply with quote

it's not implemented currently, but I think it could be done with some slightly fiddly work (and might be useful for others if you did it).
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