Hi All, I face a problem when i use "smooth cspline" option with "set log xy ". I get some strange wiggle in the curve even if u just by seeing the data plot you can see it is quite smoothly varying. I am posting the data below. Y X 26001.010748 0.010000 4281.268838 0.020000 1403.321122 0.030000 623.920780 0.040000 329.886993 0.050000 195.100466 0.060000 124.802095 0.070000 84.602694 0.080000 59.971387 0.090000 44.045245 0.100000 5.694855 0.200000 1.706694 0.300000 0.724142 0.400000 0.372038 0.500000 0.215795 0.600000 0.136117 0.700000 0.091300 0.800000 0.064185 0.900000 0.046827 1.000000 0.005874 2.000000 0.001742 3.000000 0.000735 4.000000 0.000377 5.000000 0.000218 6.000000 0.000137 7.000000 0.000092 8.000000 0.000065 9.000000 0.000047 10.000000 If you just plot the data in log-log scale it looks nice but if i use smooth cspline it looks ugly. you get wiggle at the point when the scale jump. Please let me know if there is work around or solution to it. I guess if i take log of data and than smooth it than i should get a smooth curve but i want that to be last option. Thanks, Shailendra

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7/19/2008 4:00:57 AM

Yes, " it looks nice " , I think it looks quite nice with a squiggle as well. You should avoid vague terms like " it looks nice " and try to be clear and precise. Can you please explain exactly what you think smooth csplines should do and what is incorrect with the results you get. It looks correct to me. If you can explain what you expect a cspline to do, I can explain where you are mistaken. regards.

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7/20/2008 11:40:58 AM

This seems like yet another user looking for some kind of averaging type smoothing and only finding csplines. I believe this is a fundemental flaw in gnuplot. csplines defines a curve that goes through all data points without discontinous changes in direction. As can be seen by plotting the data provided above, this can give unexpected excursions outside the range of the data points. What I guess the user was looking for was some smoothing that would give less weight to the data lying away from the fairly clearly defined straight line, not exagerate the excusions. Sadly this does not currently exist. I think some such smoothing should be provided or (if the reply is that gnuplot is not for data processing) then csplines should be removed. regards.

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7/24/2008 5:35:48 PM

In article <7388ede8-9e5a-4280-b704-f7411d695c90@n33g2000pri.googlegroups.com>, <googoff@catking.net> wrote: >This seems like yet another user looking for some kind of averaging >type smoothing and only finding csplines. > >I believe this is a fundemental flaw in gnuplot. [snip] >What I guess the user was looking for was some smoothing that would >give less weight to the data lying away from the fairly clearly >defined straight line, not exagerate the excusions. > >Sadly this does not currently exist. You do realize that gnuplot has an entire subsystem, "fit", that will fit any sort of smooth curve you want? Yes, you have to first decide what is the mathematical form of this curve, but isn't that exactly what you are asking for? > >I think some such smoothing should be provided or (if the reply is >that gnuplot is not for data processing) then csplines should be >removed. > >regards. > > -- Ethan A Merritt

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7/24/2008 6:36:17 PM

On Jul 24, 8:36=A0pm, merr...@u.washington.edu (Ethan Merritt) wrote: > In article <7388ede8-9e5a-4280-b704-f7411d695...@n33g2000pri.googlegroups= ..com>, > > =A0<goog...@catking.net> wrote: > >This seems like yet another user looking for some kind of averaging > >type smoothing and only finding csplines. > > >I believe this is a fundemental flaw in gnuplot. > [snip] > >What I guess the user was looking for was some smoothing that would > >give less weight to the data lying away from the fairly clearly > >defined straight line, not exagerate the excusions. > > >Sadly this does not currently exist. > > =A0 You do realize that gnuplot has an entire subsystem, "fit", > =A0 that will fit any sort of smooth curve you want? =A0Yes, you have > =A0 to first decide what is the mathematical form of this curve, > =A0 but isn't that exactly what you are asking for? > > > > >I think some such smoothing should be provided or (if the reply is > >that gnuplot is not for data processing) then csplines should be > >removed. > > >regards. > > -- > Ethan A Merritt Thanks Ethan. Yes I do realise about fit command and the way I would treat the above data would probably be to fit a straight line but that is hypothetical without knowing what the data represents. Fit is fine if there is a prototype function to fit , clearly that is not always the case. All that does not really address the basic issue I raised, that fitting a spline through every point is often not what is required. There are often data points we would prefer to play down rather than force an excursion to include. Fitting a spline to experimental data necessarily containing errors just does not make sense, as plotting the above data shows. Clearly what the user was expecting was some kind of mean to smooth the data. This would not be any harder to compute than fitting a cspline. I don't understand the inclusion of splines and the exclusion of other more standard smoothing techniques. Thanks for your reply.

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7/25/2008 6:29:27 PM

On Jul 19, 12:00=A0am, Shailendra <shailendra.vi...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi All, > I face a problem when i use "smooth cspline" option with "set log xy > ". I get some strange wiggle in the curve even if u just by seeing the > data plot you can see it is quite smoothly varying. I am posting the > data below. > =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0Y =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 X > 26001.010748 =A0 =A00.010000 > 4281.268838 =A0 =A0 0.020000 > 1403.321122 =A0 =A0 0.030000 > 623.920780 =A0 =A0 =A00.040000 > 329.886993 =A0 =A0 =A00.050000 > 195.100466 =A0 =A0 =A00.060000 > 124.802095 =A0 =A0 =A00.070000 > 84.602694 =A0 =A0 =A0 0.080000 > 59.971387 =A0 =A0 =A0 0.090000 > 44.045245 =A0 =A0 =A0 0.100000 > 5.694855 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A00.200000 > 1.706694 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A00.300000 > 0.724142 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A00.400000 > 0.372038 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A00.500000 > 0.215795 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A00.600000 > 0.136117 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A00.700000 > 0.091300 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A00.800000 > 0.064185 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A00.900000 > 0.046827 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A01.000000 > 0.005874 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A02.000000 > 0.001742 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A03.000000 > 0.000735 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A04.000000 > 0.000377 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A05.000000 > 0.000218 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A06.000000 > 0.000137 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A07.000000 > 0.000092 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A08.000000 > 0.000065 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A09.000000 > 0.000047 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A010.000000 > > If you just plot the data in log-log scale it looks nice but if i use > smooth cspline it looks ugly. you get wiggle at the point when the > scale jump. Please let me know if there is work around or solution to > it. I guess if i take log of data and than smooth it than i should get > a smooth curve but i want that to be last option. As has been mentioned elsewhere, one usually has an idea of how the data should behave, and can therefore fit a curve to it. Failing that, you can use approximate cubic splines; see `help acsplines`; these usually do a good job of drawing a smoothed curve through noisy data. Of course, it's just a visual aid, since you can't do any kind of interpolation. THeo

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7/26/2008 7:46:48 PM

Hi All, I will try to explain the problem once again. I wish i could attach the graphs to make my point clear. I am going to mention 2 way of plotting the same information, and i expect same plot for both case. Mehtod 1: -------------- I take the data mention in my previous email. set log xy plot <file_name> using 2:1 smooth cspline Method 2: ------------- I take the data mentioned in my previous email and take LOG10(Y-axis- data) and create new file with log10(y) as y-axis set log x note: no y here plot <file_name> using 2:1 smooth cspline I do not get the same plot. Am i wrong in expecting the both method to give the same plot? Thanks, Shailendra Shailendra wrote: > Hi All, > I face a problem when i use "smooth cspline" option with "set log xy > ". I get some strange wiggle in the curve even if u just by seeing the > data plot you can see it is quite smoothly varying. I am posting the > data below. > Y X > 26001.010748 0.010000 > 4281.268838 0.020000 > 1403.321122 0.030000 > 623.920780 0.040000 > 329.886993 0.050000 > 195.100466 0.060000 > 124.802095 0.070000 > 84.602694 0.080000 > 59.971387 0.090000 > 44.045245 0.100000 > 5.694855 0.200000 > 1.706694 0.300000 > 0.724142 0.400000 > 0.372038 0.500000 > 0.215795 0.600000 > 0.136117 0.700000 > 0.091300 0.800000 > 0.064185 0.900000 > 0.046827 1.000000 > 0.005874 2.000000 > 0.001742 3.000000 > 0.000735 4.000000 > 0.000377 5.000000 > 0.000218 6.000000 > 0.000137 7.000000 > 0.000092 8.000000 > 0.000065 9.000000 > 0.000047 10.000000 > > If you just plot the data in log-log scale it looks nice but if i use > smooth cspline it looks ugly. you get wiggle at the point when the > scale jump. Please let me know if there is work around or solution to > it. I guess if i take log of data and than smooth it than i should get > a smooth curve but i want that to be last option. > > Thanks, > Shailendra

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8/7/2008 10:48:09 PM

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