An erratum is presented to correct the graphic of linear astigmatism in Table 4 in [Opt. Express 16, 15655-15670 (2008)].

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  1. L. B. Moore, A. M. Hvisc, and J. Sasian, “Aberration fields of a combination of plane symmetric systems,” Opt. Express 16(20), 15655–15670 (2008).
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Table 4 Aberration field components. The field of defocus is represented by circles that convey the size of the defocused image across the field. Astigmatism is represented by a projection of the astigmatic focal lines. Coma is represented by a collection of circles. Each circle represents a fixed magnitude of the aperture vector, ρ, thus the collection of circles show the magnitude and orientation of the aberration in the field. Spherical aberration is represented by circles that show the magnitude of the aberration. All i vectors used in creating these graphs are pointing to the right. (Color online: Red denotes locations in the field where the focus position is before the image plane)