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Is there an algorithmic way to check if a dataset oscillates?
A simulation gives the population numbers for every species in the domain per frame. These vary over time and can be quite noisy, is there a way of analysing the data algorithmically without drawing a ...
Oct 25 '11 at 22:43
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