periodicSpline

Create a Periodic Interpolation Spline

Create a periodic interpolation spline, either from x and y vectors, or from a formula/data.frame combination.

Keywords
models
Usage
periodicSpline(obj1, obj2, knots, period = 2*pi, ord = 4)
Arguments
obj1

either a numeric vector of x values or a formula.

obj2

if obj1 is numeric this should be a numeric vector of the same length. If obj1 is a formula this can be an optional data frame in which to evaluate the names in the formula.

knots

optional numeric vector of knot positions.

period

positive numeric value giving the period for the periodic spline. Defaults to 2 * pi.

ord

integer giving the order of the spline, at least 2. Defaults to 4. See splineOrder for a definition of the order of a spline.

Value

An object that inherits from class spline. The object can be in the B-spline representation, in which case it will be a pbSpline object, or in the piecewise polynomial representation (a ppolySpline object).

See Also

splineKnots, interpSpline

Aliases
  • periodicSpline
Examples
library(splines) # NOT RUN { require(graphics); require(stats) xx <- seq( -pi, pi, length.out = 16 )[-1] yy <- sin( xx ) frm <- data.frame( xx, yy ) pispl <- periodicSpline( xx, yy, period = 2 * pi) # } # NOT RUN { pispl # } # NOT RUN { pispl2 <- periodicSpline( yy ~ xx, frm, period = 2 * pi ) stopifnot(all.equal(pispl, pispl2)) # pispl and pispl2 are the same plot( pispl ) # displays over one period points( yy ~ xx, col = "brown") plot( predict( pispl, seq(-3*pi, 3*pi, length.out = 101) ), type = "l" ) # }
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