wmtsa-python

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Discrete wavelet methods for time series analysis using python

As of 2015-04-28, this project may now be found at https://bitbucket.org/fluiddyn/fluiddata.

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Description

Several python libraries implement discrete wavelet transforms. However, none of them, or at least none that I know, is aimed at scientific use. This module started as translation of the wmtsa Matlab toolbox (http://www.atmos.washington.edu/~wmtsa/), so most naming conventions and most of the code structure follows their choices. The code uses a mix of python and cython for improved performance.
The code reflects my needs and preferences, but contributions from others are welcome.
The code is still evolving, so downloading the latest version from svn is always the best option.
The code has to some extent been tested, but bugs are to be expected.

!!! IMPORTANT !!!

The code has been moved to BitBucket, in an effort to combine it to more general fluid dynamics tools:

https://bitbucket.org/fluiddyn/fluiddata

Any further development will take place on BitBucket. Please download the code from there, and report any issue there as well.

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Features

  • Maximum overlap discrete wavelet transform
  • Stationary wavelet transform
  • Wavelet spectrum

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Intended Audience

Science/Research

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2013-05-14
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