NAME gr_smooth - a GRToolbox module DESCRIPTION Smoothing and interpolation with any difference equation. The smoothneth can be controled by the coeffecient lambda and by the order of differences taken. Data can only be smoothed in one direction. Different weights can be used. SYNOPSIS: -[ diff lambda coord x y z 0 1 2 3 4 5 ... weight dweight equi square euclidianh o v noc nof now skip f m c e i s l] -help For help on all options. Special Options: -lambda double Smoothing factor. (Default: 2) (Higher value is smoother) -diff int Order of difference equation. (Default: 2) (Higher value is smoother. Value Range:1-5) -coord int Coordinate Number to be smoothed. (Default: 1) -x Smooth x-coordinate (Same as -coord 0) -y Smooth y-coordinate (Same as -coord 1) -z Smooth z-coordinate (Same as -coord 2) -1 Smooth x-coordinate (Same as -coord 0) -2 Smooth y-coordinate (Same as -coord 1) -3 Smooth z-coordinate (Same as -coord 2) -4 Smooth 4th-coordinate (Same as -coord 4) -N Smooth Nth-coordinate (Same as -coord nN -weight int Weight coordinate number. -dweight int Difference of coordinate pt[i+1]-pt[i-1]. -equi Equidistant weights. -euclidian Take the euclidian length of polygon pt[i+1], pt[i], pt[i-1] as weights (DEFAULT). -square Take the square length of polygon pt[i+1], pt[i], pt[i-1] as weights. (Strong weights=>Curves not that smooth)

Wed Jun 12 20:34:13 MET DST 1996