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Identifying the three frequencies using fourier transform

The following simple function has clearly three frequency components: ...
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Discrete fourier transform and convolution — scaling factor?

I am trying to convolve a square wave (a diffraction grating phgrating with slits size \[CapitalLambda]) with a point spread ...
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How to fit one function into the form of another?

I have a slightly complicated periodic function of one variable t, say g[t]. I want to do a least squares fit of that function ...
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Identify frequency components

I try to perform data analysis on wind power production. Data consist in 17520 points, corresponding to the production averaged over 30 minutes over the 365 days of the year. I somehow expect to see ...
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Finding frequency of oscillation of an particle by Fourier analysis of the trajectory [duplicate]

I am trying to find the resonant frequency of a particle by Fourier analysis of the trajectory. Here is the data file. ...
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How does the Fourier transform take its input?

I'm using the Fourier command and I'm wondering how does it take its imput. I know that it takes a list of numbers representing a function of time and it gives back a list of numbers representing a ...
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Determining Periodicity with Fourier?

Note: This question has previously been marked as a duplicate of What do the X and Y axis stand for in the Fourier transform domain?. While the answer will likely have an overlap, so the question ...
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Taking numerical Laplace transform of a tabulated data with Mathematica?

I am relatively new to the use of Mathematica in the context of numerical evaluations, therefore I would greatly appreciate a detailed answer and would like to express my gratitude towards any help in ...
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Finding Fourier transform of a quantity v/s theta (0 to 360 degrees)

I have a physical quantity (experimentally measured) lets say T whose variation I have measured with angle (theta in degrees). I want to find out the Fourier components of this quantity with respect ...
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Taking Fourier transform with WolframAlpha gives unexpected result [duplicate]

I have noticed that WolframAlpha's definition of the Fourier Transform is different than the one in my book of formulas. In my book the Fourier transform of $f(t)$ is defined as: $$\int_{-\infty}^{\...

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