[SciPy-user] Integrating Array
Fri Oct 19 03:44:52 CDT 2007
I'm definitely no expert - but I think to remember that once you have
a spline interpolation of your original data, there essentially comes
a spline-based intergral with it. Look through the spline related
functions in scipy to see if I'm right ....
Hope to hear back.
On 10/18/07, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I need to integrate a set of data points stored in a 1-dim array. That
> means I can only use scipy.integrate.simps and scipy.integrate.trapz but
> these methods are not as accurate as the routines for function-input like
> scipy.integrate.quadrature which efficiently use more samples where the
> integrand oscillates faster,etc.
> The problem is that I need a high accuracy because the integrand IS
> oscillating fast!
> I already interpolated the data using the scipy.interpolate.splrep but
> interestingly it turns out that simpsons rule now produces NANs and I am
> left with good old trapz!
> Is there a way of implementing quadrature for data-like-arrays?
> Still I could try romberg. But then I have to interpolate exactly in such
> a way that the "number of samples = positive power of 2) +1" (equally
> spaced if I remember correctly).
> Is this the best way or does anyone have another idea?
> Thanks in advance!
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