Applies smoothing to the values in selected columns of a function value table.

```
# S3 method for fv
Smooth(X, which = "*", ...,
method=c("smooth.spline", "loess"),
xinterval=NULL)
```

X

Values to be smoothed.
A function value table (object of class `"fv"`

,
see `fv.object`

).

which

Character vector identifying which columns of the table
should be smoothed. Either a vector containing names
of columns, or one of the wildcard strings `"*"`

or `"."`

explained below.

…

Extra arguments passed to `smooth.spline`

or `loess`

to control the smoothing.

method

Smoothing algorithm. A character string, partially matched
to either `"smooth.spline"`

or `"loess"`

.

xinterval

Optional. Numeric vector of length 2 specifying a range of \(x\) values. Smoothing will be performed only on the part of the function corresponding to this range.

Another function value table (object of class `"fv"`

)
of the same format.

The command `Smooth.fv`

applies smoothing to the function values in
a function value table (object of class `"fv"`

).

`Smooth.fv`

is a method for the generic function
`Smooth`

.

The smoothing is performed either by
`smooth.spline`

or by
`loess`

.

Smoothing is applied to every column (or to each of the selected columns) of function values in turn, using the function argument as the \(x\) coordinate and the selected column as the \(y\) coordinate. The original function values are then replaced by the corresponding smooth interpolated function values.

The optional argument `which`

specifies which of the
columns of function values in `x`

will be smoothed.
The default (indicated by the wildcard `which="*"`

)
is to smooth all function values, i.e.\ all columns except the
function argument. Alternatively `which="."`

designates
the subset of function values that are displayed in the default plot.
Alternatively `which`

can be a character vector containing the
names of columns of `x`

.

If the argument `xinterval`

is given, then
smoothing will be performed only in the specified range
of \(x\) values.

```
# NOT RUN {
data(cells)
G <- Gest(cells)
plot(G)
plot(Smooth(G, df=9), add=TRUE)
# }
```

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