I have two data sets.
One is an experimental recording of an absorption spectrum, composed of regularly spaced (wavenumber, intensity) coordinates with a fine wavenumber resolution, thus making superposed Voigt peaks.
The second one is computation that gives coordinates (wavenumber, intensity) for the maximum of each peak.
I want to obtain a function that would
- Take X,Y coordinates of my simulated dataset
- Generate a Voigt profile (mean X from dataset, integration Y from dataset, fixed Sigma, fixed Gamma)
- Repeat for the whole experimental dataset (~150 points displayed as green bars)
- Plot the sum of all these Voigt functions
The Voigt profile is not a requirement, I can work with a Gaussian to begin with. So there would only be 3 parameters, 2 from the dataset and Sigma.
This graph was made in Origin, but I'm using Mathematica 9.