# running_mean

From igraph v1.2.2
by Gabor Csardi

##### Running mean of a time series

`running_mean`

calculates the running mean in a vector with the given
bin width.

- Keywords
- manip

##### Usage

`running_mean(v, binwidth)`

##### Arguments

- v
The numeric vector.

- binwidth
Numeric constant, the size of the bin, should be meaningful, ie. smaller than the length of

`v`

.

##### Details

The running mean of `v`

is a `w`

vector of length
`length(v)-binwidth+1`

. The first element of `w`

id the average of
the first `binwidth`

elements of `v`

, the second element of
`w`

is the average of elements `2:(binwidth+1)`

, etc.

##### Value

A numeric vector of length `length(v)-binwidth+1`

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
running_mean(1:100, 10)
# }
```

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