Fast approximation

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Description

Fast approximation

Usage

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fast.approx(time, new.time, equal = FALSE, type = c("nearest", "right",
  "left"), sorted = FALSE, ...)

Arguments

time

Original ordered time points

new.time

New time points

equal

If TRUE a list is returned with additional element

type

Type of matching, nearest index, nearest greater than or equal (right), number of elements smaller than y otherwise the closest value above new.time is returned.

sorted

Set to true if new.time is already sorted

...

Optional additional arguments

Author(s)

Klaus K. Holst

Examples

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id <- c(1,1,2,2,7,7,10,10)
fast.approx(unique(id),id)

t <- 0:6
n <- c(-1,0,0.1,0.9,1,1.1,1.2,6,6.5)
fast.approx(t,n,type="left")

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