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%%[ys, lambda] = tkrgdatasmooth (x, y)
%%[ys, lambda] = tkrgdatasmooth (x, y, d)
%%[ys, lambda] = tkrgdatasmooth (x, y, d, option, value)
%%
%% Smooths the y values of 1D data by Tikhonov regularization. The x
%% values need not be equally spaced but they should be ordered (and
%% non-overlapping). The order of the smoothing derivative 'd', can be
%% provided (default is 2), and the option-value pair should be either
%% the regularizaiton parameter "lambda" or the standard deviation
%% "stdev" of the randomness in the data. With no option supplied,
%% generalized cross-validation is used to determine lambda.
%% Reference: Anal. Chem. (2003) 75, 3631.
%% See also: tkrgscatdatasmooth,
%%
%% Copyright (C) 2008 Jonathan Stickel
%% This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
%% it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
%% the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
%% (at your option) any later version.
%%
%% This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
%% but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
%% MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
%% GNU General Public License for more details.
%%
%% You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
%% along with this program; If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
function [ys, lambda] = tkrgdatasmooth (x, y, d, option, value)
if (length(x)!=length(y))
error("x and y must be equal length vectors")
endif
if ( size(x)(1)==1 )
x = x';
endif
if ( size(y)(1)==1 )
y = y';
endif
if (nargin < 3)
d = 2;
endif
guess = 0;
if (nargin > 3)
if ( strcmp(option,"lambda") )
%% if lambda provided, use it directly
lambda = value;
elseif ( strcmp(option,"stdev") )
%% if stdev is provided, scale it and use it
stdev = value;
opt = optimset("TolFun",1e-6,"MaxFunEvals",20);
log10lambda = fminunc ("tkrgdatasmddwrap", guess, opt, x, y, d, "stdev", stdev);
lambda = 10^log10lambda;
else
warning("option %s is not recognized; using cross-validation",option)
endif
else
%% perform cross-validation
opt = optimset("TolFun",1e-4,"MaxFunEvals",20);
log10lambda = fminunc ("tkrgdatasmddwrap", guess, opt, x, y, d, "cve");
lambda = 10^log10lambda;
endif
ys = tkrgdatasmdd(x, y, lambda, d);
endfunction
%!demo
%! npts = 100;
%! x = linspace(0,1,npts)';
%! x = x + 1/npts*(rand(npts,1)-0.5);
%! y = sin(10*x);
%! stdev = 1e-1;
%! y = y + stdev*randn(npts,1);
%! yp = ddmat(x,1)*y;
%! y2p = ddmat(x,2)*y;
%! d = 4;
%! [ys, lambda] = tkrgdatasmooth (x,y,d);
%! lambda
%! ysp = ddmat(x,1)*ys;
%! ys2p = ddmat(x,2)*ys;
%! figure(1);
%! plot(x,y,'o',x,ys)
%! figure(2);
%! plot(x(1:end-1),[yp,ysp])
%! axis([min(x),max(x),min(ysp)-abs(min(ysp)),max(ysp)*2])
%! figure(3)
%! plot(x(2:end-1),[y2p,ys2p])
%! axis([min(x),max(x),min(ys2p)-abs(min(ys2p)),max(ys2p)*2])
%! %--------------------------------------------------------
%! % this demo used generalized cross-validation to determine lambda
%!demo
%! npts = 100;
%! x = linspace(0,1,npts)';
%! x = x + 1/npts*(rand(npts,1)-0.5);
%! y = sin(10*x);
%! stdev = 1e-1;
%! y = y + stdev*randn(npts,1);
%! yp = ddmat(x,1)*y;
%! y2p = ddmat(x,2)*y;
%! d = 4;
%! [ys, lambda] = tkrgdatasmooth (x,y,d,"stdev",stdev);
%! lambda
%! ysp = ddmat(x,1)*ys;
%! ys2p = ddmat(x,2)*ys;
%! figure(1);
%! plot(x,y,'o',x,ys)
%! figure(2);
%! plot(x(1:end-1),[yp,ysp])
%! axis([min(x),max(x),min(ysp)-abs(min(ysp)),max(ysp)*2])
%! figure(3)
%! plot(x(2:end-1),[y2p,ys2p])
%! axis([min(x),max(x),min(ys2p)-abs(min(ys2p)),max(ys2p)*2])
%! %--------------------------------------------------------
%! % this demo used standard deviation to determine lambda
%!demo
%! npts = 100;
%! x = linspace(0,1,npts)';
%! x = x + 1/npts*(rand(npts,1)-0.5);
%! y = sin(10*x);
%! stdev = 1e-1;
%! y = y + stdev*randn(npts,1);
%! yp = ddmat(x,1)*y;
%! y2p = ddmat(x,2)*y;
%! d = 4;
%! [ys, lambda] = tkrgdatasmooth (x,y,d,"lambda",100);
%! lambda
%! ysp = ddmat(x,1)*ys;
%! ys2p = ddmat(x,2)*ys;
%! figure(1);
%! plot(x,y,'o',x,ys)
%! figure(2);
%! plot(x(1:end-1),[yp,ysp])
%! axis([min(x),max(x),min(ysp)-abs(min(ysp)),max(ysp)*2])
%! figure(3)
%! plot(x(2:end-1),[y2p,ys2p])
%! axis([min(x),max(x),min(ys2p)-abs(min(ys2p)),max(ys2p)*2])
%! %--------------------------------------------------------
%! % this demo used a user specified lambda that was too large