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Dispersion analysis measures the standard deviation of aggregated means of a time series taken over logarithmically distributed scales. Dispersion analysis is designed for the analysis of fractional Gaussian noise and should not be used for analyzing fractional Brownian motion.

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dispersion(x, front=FALSE)
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`x` |
a numeric vector or |

`front` |
a logical value. If |

a list containing the scale and dispersion analysis statistic vectors.

Bassingthwaighte, J. B., and G. M. Raymond.
*Evaluation of the dispersional analysis method for fractal time series*,
Annals Biomedical Engineering, **23**, 491–505, 1995.

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Loading required package: splus2R
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