[SciPy-User] scipy.odr question
Wed Jul 4 15:51:52 CDT 2012
> I think you cannot tell it that the errors are exactly zero. However, to
> get least-squares result, you need to say that y-errors are way bigger
> than x-errors, for example
> sx=1e-99, sy=1.0
You are right, see attached image.
Now I will need to find out why peak-o-mat finds a better fit than mpfit
and leastsq... Also good to know that the uncertainty can be given as a
scalar and doesn't have to be a list.
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