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scalpa Posted - 09/06/2021 : 04:53:11 AM
Origin 2021b

Dear all,

I have a series of data organized as xyz that I'd like to plot as a heatmap. I can convert that to matrix but I have a lot of missing data. so, I use the TPS method but I have trouble understanding the various parameters (smoothing, exptrapolation, tolerence) and how they should be set. I couldn't find this information in the online manual .

thanks !

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scalpa Posted - 09/06/2021 : 06:01:19 AM
Hi Yuki,

Thanks for your fast answer.
but this page doesn't help much actually. the parameters are mentioned but not really how they handle the data

yuki_wu Posted - 09/06/2021 : 05:46:52 AM

This page can help:

Regards, Yuki

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