The file deep_windows.tar.gz
(compressed tar file) contains 14 files, one for each band:

* joint_3deep_std2_best_window_* (7 files).

* joint_3deep_alt2_best_window_* (6 files).

* joint_3deep_bigbin_best_window_5 (1 file).

The window functions are tabulated in bins of width 90 in l, i.e., l =
1-90, 91-180, ...; and the tabulated values should be divided by 90 to
get the quantity plotted in Mason et al.(2003), WB(l)/l.

joint_3deep_alt2_best_invfish

joint_3deep_alt2_best_otherps

joint_3deep_alt2_best_qb

joint_3deep_bigbin_best_invfish

joint_3deep_bigbin_best_otherps

joint_3deep_bigbin_best_qb

joint_3deep_std2_best_invfish

joint_3deep_std2_best_otherps

joint_3deep_std2_best_qb

These files should be interpreted as follows:

**qb file**

There are 7 (std2) or 6 (alt2) entries, one for each band. Column 1 is
the band number; column 2 is the band power qB, and column 3 is the uncertainty
on the band power (square root of the diagonal element of the covariance
matrix). Band powers are dimensionless; multiply by Tcmb2 to put them
in temperature units.

**invfish file**

Ignore the first 6 lines in this file. The first 7 (std2) or 6 (alt2)
columns of the next 7 (std2) or 6 (alt2) lines give the 7 by 7 or 6 by
6 band-power covariance matrix. This is the inverse of the curvature (Hessian)
matrix as given in equation 75 of Myers et al., and it can be used directly
to give a gaussian approximation to the likelihood function.

**otherps file**

It is better to use an offset lognormal approximation to the likelihood
function (Sievers et al., equation 2), for which you need the offsets qNtB.
The offsets are given in the otherps file, which contains 7 (or 6) entries,
one for each bin. There are 4 columns giving the component band-powers for
noise and discrete sources. You should add all four components to get the
required band-power offset.