Time series analysis programs
Chave, Alan D.
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This report documents a set of Fortran subroutines for manipulating one dimensional, complex-valued time series information . The programs are divided into two libraries: TSLIB for ordinary Fourier analysis and ACLIB for more specialized applications. The latter includes interpolation routines, maximum entropy spectral analysis programs , and subroutines for advanced mathematical operations. The programs are designed for efficiency and speed with a minimum of hidden operations and memory accesses. These subroutines have been used extensively in the analysis of magnetotelluric and other geophysical data .
Suggested CitationChave, A. D. (1980). Time series analysis programs. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/9571
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