LSF single-multi variable in scilab

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LSF single-multi variable in scilab

Post by RobJones » Sat Nov 11, 2017 4:47 am

Any good sources (documentation, examples, etc.) for doing LSF data fitting in scilab?
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Re: LSF single-multi variable in scilab

Post by JimCuren » Sat Nov 11, 2017 3:13 pm

RobJones wrote:Any good sources (documentation, examples, etc.) for doing LSF data fitting in scilab?
Rob, I am fairly new to this, like you, but when I was looking for an interpolation function, I saw dozens of documents about lest squares fit. They didn't help me and I can't say that I understand them, but you might :-)

Here is one of the docs I found, like I said, I don't claim to understand it, but you might. And if you find anything for exponential interpolation, please send it my way.
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Re: LSF single-multi variable in scilab

Post by RobJones » Wed Dec 20, 2017 7:21 pm

Jim, thanks. I have been learning a lot and I am working on documenting a scilab project I have been building to learn about LSF within this environment. When I finish it, I'll post here to share with everyone.
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