Simple go package to compute piecewise linear approximations of time series data.
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README.md

piecewiseLinearApproximation

A simple go package to compute piecewise linear approximations of time series data. Specifically, this package takes a time series data set of points {(t,y) | t and y are real numbers with t monotonically increasing} and creates a constraint relation of the data. The package provides a function to produce the constraint relation table in LaTeX.

Using the Package

To use this package simply fork the repository to your go workspace then, from the command line, navigate to $GOPATH/src/piecewiseLinearApproximation and run go install.

With this completed, navigate to $GOPATH/src and create a new directory. In this directory create, a new file with a main function as shown below.

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    p "piecewiseLinearApproximation"
)

func main() {
    var timeSeries1 = []p.Pair {
    	p.Pair{0, 0},
    	p.Pair{1, 1},
    	p.Pair{2, 2},
    	p.Pair{3, 3},
    }

    var tollerance float64 = 2

    equations := p.PiecewiseLinearApprox(timeSeries1, tollerance)

    // Output the equations and their intervals to the standard output.
    for i := 0; i < len(equations); i++ {
        fmt.Printf("%s, %g <= t <= %g\n", equations[i].Expression,
        equations[i].Interval.X, equations[i].Interval.Y)
    }

    fmt.Printf("\n\n")

    // Output a latex table to the standard output.
    p.ToLaTeX(equations, "Solution (b)")
}

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