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gbgcorr - Gaussian kernel correlation dimension
Compute the correlation dimension with a Gaussian kernel. One block of output is printed for each embedding dimension, the first column report the bandwidth, the second the associated correlation coefficient. Bandwidths are equispaced in a log scale from 1 (maximum) to 2^(-n+1) (minimum). n can be set on the command line.
-h this help -l time lag (default 1) -m maximum embedding dimension (default 2) -t Theiler correction (default 1) -R seed (default 0) -p number of reference points (default 1) -r number of bandwidths (default 24) -s print standard errors -F specify the input fields separators (default " \t")
Written by Giulio Bottazzi
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