Re: How to get the maximums of a curve

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• From: gardyloo <gardyloo at mail.wsu.edu>
• Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2006 06:55:58 -0400 (EDT)
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```Hi, Simon,

There is a useful thread here:
http://hilbert.math.hr/arhive/mathgroup/2000/06/0232.html which might be
of help to you (it will be to me!). In addition, the "Business Cycle
Analysis" code found here:
http://www.verbeia.com/mathematica/mathecon/econ_code.html  has been of
huge help to me. In it you will find a findPeaks function. It took me a
while to figure out the code, but it's neat, and I've adapted it to many
experiments.

Hope that helps,
Curtis O.

simon yang wrote:
> Dear everyone,
> I meet a trouble when try to get the maximums of an oscillating curve
> which is data get from physics experiment. There is a lot of noise in
> the curve, so cannot get the maximums by solve: derivative ==0, Then
> how should I do? Thank you.
> Simon
>
>
>

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