Greg Willden gregwillden at gmail.com
Fri Oct 13 15:36:50 CDT 2006

On 10/13/06, A. M. Archibald <peridot.faceted at gmail.com> wrote:
> At this point you might as well use a polynomial class that can
> accomodate a variety of bases for the space of polynomials - X^n,
> (X-a)^n, orthogonal polynomials (translated and scaled as needed),
> what have you.
> I think I vote for polyfit that is no more clever than it has to be
> but which warns the user when the fit is bad.

What about including multiple algorithms each returning a figure of fit?
Then I could try two or three different algorithms and then use the one that
works best for my data.

Linux.  Because rebooting is for adding hardware.
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