[SciPy-User] Easy Way To Find Confidence Intervals For 2D Data?

Joseph Smidt josephsmidt@gmail....
Tue Jul 28 20:34:43 CDT 2009

I have a function on a 2d grid that looks like a skewed mound. I would
like to calculate everything in the 68% (one sigma or standard
deviation) confidence interval, and 95% (two sigma) as seen done in
this plot: http://lambda.gsfc.nasa.gov/product/map/current/pub_papers/threeyear/parameters/images/Med/ds_f07_PPT_M.png.
 (The first line is 68% and second line is 95% confidence intervals.)

I would like to the set everything in the 68% confidence interval to
1, 95% to 2 and everything else to 0.  Thanks.

                   Joseph Smidt

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