Model and experiment fitting.

Charles R Harris charlesr.harris at gmail.com
Sat Oct 21 10:51:56 CDT 2006


On 10/21/06, Sebastian Żurek <sebzur at pin.if.uz.zgora.pl> wrote:
>
> Robert Kern napisał(a):
>
>
> To make it clear.
>
> I've already solved the problem by a simple linear interpolation of
> simulated points within the narrow neighborhood of experimental data
> point. The simulation points are uniformly distributed along the
> X-range, with a density I'm able to tune. It all works quite well but
> I'm founding it as a 'brute-force' method and I wonder, if there's any
> more sophisticated and maybe already incorporated into any Python module
> method?
>
> Anyway, it looks like it's impossible to compare two discrete 2D data
> sets without any interpolations included... :]


I note that interpolation can be seen as a linear map from the data points
to the interpolation points, so a lot of standard tools to be used.

Chuck
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