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Topic: Identifying Upward and Downward Trends
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Re: Identifying Upward and Downward Trends
Posted: Apr 4, 2013 3:22 PM
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Another possibility: It seems that if I numerically integrate the two types of data using the trapz() function, I get distinct results. Upward trending data have lower integrals than downward trending data. The Y axis is always fixed between 1 and 100 for all points, so this may work well.


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