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Re: Interpolation problems

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  • Subject: [mg120266] Re: Interpolation problems
  • From: Jay Bee <jiri.bocan at>
  • Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 05:15:24 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <ivmclp$fbj$>

Hi, James.
This occurrence is normal when you use polynomials for fitting. The
simplest is to generate more points in the region of interest, i.e.,
use a finer sampling. Or, if you know the exact function describing
this "peak", you can fit it - FitFunction[], or use
FunctionInterpolation[]. Still, you can choose among different types
of polynomials
Method -> "Spline"/Method -> "Hermite", ...
but these are still polynomials.

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