Add multiple wave analysis

In order to coincide with the work of Gretton and MaGuire I need to look at all of the peaks of the waves not just one. I suggest that this requires some assumptions on the motions of the waves and a clearer definition of where the wave starts and finished will be required.


Id: 7e9aecf26908e8ed3bd078e7a1a1bb52f2a82c62
Type: feature
Creation time: 2011-06-13 15:50
Creator: Mathew Topper <mathew.topper@...>
Release: 0.3 (unreleased)
Status: closed : fixed fixed
In progress: 5 months

Issue log

2011-11-23 11:59 Mathew Topper <mathew.topper@...> closed with disposition fixed
Now that the new reporting structure is in placed the results from multiple waves can be aggregated together for direct comparison as required.
2011-09-15 15:12 Mathew Topper <mathew.topper@...> commented
I have finished with the group branch and merged that into the trunk and created a tag called region only. This update fixes a number of the other bugs for this release also, but I still need to decide whether to do some aggregated result like Eoghans tables. I might move that to 0.4 release.
2011-06-29 16:02 Mathew Topper <mathew.topper@...> commented
I'm doing this in a branch called group. I'm expecting this branch to become the trunk once this process is finished. There are one or two regressions that need fixing before that can be done however.
2011-06-13 16:31 Mathew Topper <mathew.topper@...> changed status from unstarted to in_progress
Working on this as top priority.
2011-06-13 15:54 Mathew Topper <mathew.topper@...> commented
This actually has an impact on the reporting as well as each wave will require it's own folder (at least I think this is the neatest approach) It could be that later the data is amalgamated into a nice table like Eoghans.
2011-06-13 15:50 Mathew Topper <mathew.topper@...> created