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I have a question regarding the understanding of anisotropy of cosmic rays and how to understand them better. To determine the anisotropy I have seen a lot of papers where they use maps that have a Relative Intensity map and a Statistical significance map of the sky.

I understand the relative intensity map, but I don't understand why the statistical significance maps are used, could some one explain this to me?

Thanks,

caart

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