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- | ====== Smoothing (Pro edition only) ===== | + | ====== Smoothing ===== |

- | Open Table or Figure or Fit Plot with initial data and select '' | + | Open Table or Figure or Fit Plot with initial data and select ''. The opened processing dialog shows parameters, initial curves (semi-transparent) and smoothed preview. |

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+ | ===== Parameters ===== | ||

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===== Algorithms ===== | ===== Algorithms ===== | ||

Two algorithms are available: Central Moving Average and [[wp> | Two algorithms are available: Central Moving Average and [[wp> | ||

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+ | ==== Central Moving Average ==== | ||

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+ | Each value // | ||

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+ | ==== Savitzky-Golay Filter ==== | ||

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+ | A Savitzky–Golay filter essentially performs a local polynomial regression on a series of equally spaced data points. Each data point value is replaced with local polynomial value at this point. | ||

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+ | ===== See Also ===== | ||

+ | * [[processing]] | ||

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