Implementation of the Taylor Regression Estimator method described in Christopoulos (2014,<https://www.researchgate.net/publication/261562841>) for finding the root, extreme or inflection point of a curve, when we only have a set of probably noisy xy points for it. The method uses a suitable polynomial regression in order to find the coefficients of the relevant Taylor polynomial for the function that has generated our data.

Author | Demetris T. Christopoulos |

Date of publication | 2014-08-16 09:57:59 |

Maintainer | Demetris T. Christopoulos <dchristop@econ.uoa.gr> |

License | GPL-2 |

Version | 1.0 |

RootsExtremaInflections

RootsExtremaInflections/NAMESPACE

RootsExtremaInflections/data

RootsExtremaInflections/data/xydat.rda

RootsExtremaInflections/R

RootsExtremaInflections/R/inflexi.R
RootsExtremaInflections/R/extremexi.R
RootsExtremaInflections/R/rootxi.R
RootsExtremaInflections/MD5

RootsExtremaInflections/DESCRIPTION

RootsExtremaInflections/man

RootsExtremaInflections/man/xydat.Rd
RootsExtremaInflections/man/RootsExtremaInflections-package.Rd
RootsExtremaInflections/man/extremexi.Rd
RootsExtremaInflections/man/rootxi.Rd
RootsExtremaInflections/man/inflexi.Rd
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