Ensemble averaging of
adp objects is often necessary to
reduce the uncertainty in velocity estimates from single
pings. Many types of ADPs can be configured to perform the
ensemble averaging during the data collection, due to memory
limitations for long deployments. In cases where the instrument is
not memory limited, it may be desirable to perform the ensemble
averaging during post-processing, thereby reducing the overall
size of the data set and decreasing the uncertainty of the
velocity estimates (by averaging out Doppler noise).
an adp object.
number of pings to average together.
a logical value indicating how to proceed in cases
a logical value indicating whether NA values should be stripped before the computation proceeds
extra arguments to be passed to the
A new adp object with ensembles averaged as specified. E.g. for an
adp object with 100 pings and
n=5 the number of rows of the data arrays will be reduced by a factor of 5.
Clark Richards and Dan Kelley
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