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Galaxies appear simpler than expected

M. J. Disney, J. D. Romano, D. A. Garcia–Appadoo, A. A. West, J. J. Dalcanton & L. Cortese

Nature 455, 1082-1084(23 October 2008)

doi:10.1038/nature07366

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Scatter plots showing correlations between five measured variables, not including colour.

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Scatter plots showing correlations between the five measured variables and the principal components.

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Scatter plots showing correlations between the previous five measured variables (Fig. 1), but now including colour.

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Scatter plots showing correlations between all the six measured variables (including colour) and the principal components.

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