Measuring galaxy abundance and clustering at high redshift from incomplete spectroscopic data: Tests on mock catalogs and application to zCOSMOS
The galaxy abundance and clustering measured from zCOSMOS bright sample are provided by Meng et al. (2020). For any questions regarding these data, please contact Jiacheng Meng (mengjc18@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn). A markdown version [README.md] can be saved.
Measurements
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Bband luminosity function 
Format: HDF5
[luminosity_function_B.hdf5]

Stellar mass function 
Format: HDF5
[stellar_mass_function.hdf5]

Projected 2PCF 
Format: HDF5
[projected_2pcf.hdf5]

Fiber collision correction 
Format: HDF5
[F_theta.hdf5]

Descriptions
We measure the Bband luminosity function, stellar mass function and projected 2PCF with the zCOSMOS bright sample. Here are our results.
luminosity_function_B.hdf5 : Bband luminosity function measured from the zCOSMOS bright sample.
In the hdf5 file, the group "LF_z1_z2" store the LF in the redshift range [z1, z2]. The members in the group are:
 M_B : absolute magnitude of Bband
 LF : value of luminosity function
 LF_err : error of luminosity function
stellar_mass_function.hdf5 : Stellar mass function measured from the zCOSMOS bright sample.
In the hdf5 file, the group "GSMF_z1_z2" store the GSMF in the redshift range [z1, z2]. The members in the group are:
 Stellar_Mass : $\log_{10}(M_*/M_\odot)$
 GSMF : value of stellar mass function
 GSMF_err : error of stellar mass function
projected_2pcf.hdf5 : Projected 2PCF measured from the zCOSMOS bright sample.
In the hdf5 file, the group "wp_z1_z2" store the projected 2PCF in the redshift range [z1, z2]. The subgroups "mass_m1_m2" store the wp in the stellar mass bins [m1, m2], where the unit of m1 and m2 is $\log_{10}(M_*/M_\odot)$. The members in the subgroup are:
 r_p : projected distance, unit is $h^{1}{\rm Mpc}$
 wp : value of projected 2PCF
 wp_err : error of projected 2PCF
F_theta.hdf5 : The function $f(\theta)=(1+w_p)/(1+w_s)$ to correct the fiber collision effect.
In the hdf5 file, the group "F_theta_z1_z2" store the $f(\theta)$ in the redshift range [z1, z2]. The subgroups "mass_m1_m2" store the $f(\theta)$ in the stellar mass bins [m1, m2], where the unit of m1 and m2 is $\log_{10}(M_*/M_\odot)$. The members in the subgroup are:
 theta : angular distance, unit is degree.
 F_theta : value of $f(\theta)$.
References
 Meng et al. 2020. Measuring galaxy abundance and clustering at high redshift from incomplete spectroscopic data: Tests on mock catalogs and application to zCOSMOS.