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Numerical Differentiation of an interpolated list.
I have a synthetic spectrum with a wavelength range of .3 to .7 microns. I have interpolated this spectrum for re-sampling purposes. However, I am also attempting to calculate the first and second ...
Mar 27 at 17:21
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