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gbinterp - Compute equispaced curve from interpolated
Compute the interpolating function of user provided data on a regular mesh. Data are read from standard input as couples (X,Y). The interpolation (x, f(x)) is printed for x in [rmin,rmax]. When rmin=rmax print a single value. With option -I the points where the interpolation is computed are read from a file.
-n number of equispaced points (default 10) -r set the range 'rmin,rmax' (default full x range) -I read interpolation points from a file -M the interpolation method: (default 0) 0 linear (requires at least 2 points) 1 cspline (requires at least 3 points) 2 Akima spline (requires at least 5 points) -O the type of output: (default 0) 0 interpolation 1 first derivative 2 second derivative -F specify the input fields separators (default " \t") -h print this help -v verbose mode
Written by Giulio Bottazzi
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