CAMBDisplay of individual terms in the angular power spectrum

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CAMBDisplay of individual terms in the angular power spectrum
Hello everybody,
I'm working using CAMB for my thesis in Astrophysics and I need to view and separate the single terms wich are contained in the angular power spectrum precisely in the Δl(z,k) calculation that goes in to the Cl(z1,z2). In a specific way I need to focus on three terms: magnification bias, RSD and gravitational lensing.
The question is: where do I have to look or how i can, through the code, isolate and study these three terms alone?
Thanks in advance.
I'm working using CAMB for my thesis in Astrophysics and I need to view and separate the single terms wich are contained in the angular power spectrum precisely in the Δl(z,k) calculation that goes in to the Cl(z1,z2). In a specific way I need to focus on three terms: magnification bias, RSD and gravitational lensing.
The question is: where do I have to look or how i can, through the code, isolate and study these three terms alone?
Thanks in advance.

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Re: CAMBDisplay of individual terms in the angular power spectrum
You can generate spectra with different settings for what's included, see
https://camb.readthedocs.io/en/latest/model.html?highlight=SourceTermParams#camb.model.SourceTermParams
https://camb.readthedocs.io/en/latest/model.html?highlight=SourceTermParams#camb.model.SourceTermParams

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Re: CAMBDisplay of individual terms in the angular power spectrum
Thank you for the reply.
I've another question: by using "counts_redshift" I can calculate the angular power spectrum with or without RSD, but there is a way to get (f = RSD growth rate) directly from CAMB?
I've another question: by using "counts_redshift" I can calculate the angular power spectrum with or without RSD, but there is a way to get (f = RSD growth rate) directly from CAMB?

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