# Luminosity functions data in IDL save format:
The saved variable name is "LFdata", which is an array of structure, that is,
1) IR (8-1000 micron) LFs with filename: "LF_IR.save"
LFdata = [{z:0., band:'', LF:fltarr(6, 60), paper:'', year:0, zint:[0., 0.], points:0, note:''}, {}, ...]
z: the selected redshift of LF
band: the band of LFs, e.g., IR
LF: the 6 columns times 60 rows array used to store LF's points
1 column: log L_IR [L_sun]
2 column: log phi [/dex/Mpc^3]
3 column: the upper error of "log phi"
4 column: the lower error of "log phi"
5 column: the lower limit of "log L_IR" if no zero
6 column: the upper limit of "log L_IR" if no zero
paper: the paper name of the corresponding LF data
year: the year of the paper
zint: the corresponding redshift bin that used in the paper to construct the LF
points: the number of LF data point
note: some other notes on data
2) Monochromatic LFs with filename: "LFnu.save"
LFdata = [{z:0., wave:0., LF:fltarr(6, 60), paper:'', year:0, zint:[0., 0.], wave0:0., points:0, note:''}, {}, ...]
z: the selected redshift of LF
wave: the selected rest-frame wavelength of LFs, e.g., 8 or 250 micron,
which could be slightly different from the below "wave0" value.
LF: the 6 columns times 60 rows array used to store LF's points
1 column: log nuLnu [L_sun]
2 column: log phi [/dex/Mpc^3]
3 column: the upper error of "log phi"
4 column: the lower error of "log phi"
5 column: the lower limit of "log nuLnu" if no zero
6 column: the upper limit of "log nuLnu" if no zero
paper: the paper name of the corresponding LF data
year: the year of the paper
zint: the corresponding redshift bin that used in the paper to construct the LF
wave0: the rest-frame wavelength given in the paper for the LF data
points: the number of LF data point
note: some other notes on data