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TSCALC

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Basic Information

Name of Program

TSCALC

Version-Date

October 2013

Description-Date

October 2013

Catchwords

preprocessor
time series data
mathematical operations on time series data

Short Description of Functionality

The program TSCALC is a useful preprocessor. The program serves to perform some mathematical operations on different time series data of a single physical quantity - a single output time serie is generated from two different input time series. The original time series data can be added, subtracted, multiplied or divided in various ways. The relative weight of each data set can be set individually. An additional time shift can be also applied to the time series data.

Input-Files

  1. general input data (filetype tscalc.dat)
  2. file containing time serie 1 (filetype boewrt.dat or solwrt.dat)
  3. file containing time serie 2 (filetype boewrt.dat or solwrt.dat)

Output-Files

  1. file for the newly generated time serie (filetype boewrt.dat
  2. informative printer file (filetype tscalc.sdr)
  3. (optional) trace of program execution (filetype tscalc.trc)

Methodology

Both time series are read first from two different files, which might have different data formats. In the second processing step time shifts can be applied optionally. Afterwards the input time series data are interpolated at regular intervals using either a linear or a spline interpolation scheme. Finally an output time serie is generated via different mathematical operations from the two input time series. Optionally the coordinates of the output time serie can be computed by a linear interpolation from the coordinates on input (boewrt.dat only).

Program(s) to run before this Program

FFT, FRQ2ZEITR, GVIEW2D, XTRDATA, ZEITRIO

Program(s) to run after this Program

FRQ2ZEITR, GVIEW2D, TIDKEN, TM2RND, TR2RND, UTRRND, ZEITRIO

Additional Information

Language

Fortran77

Additional software

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Original Version

J. Jürges, G. Lang

Maintenance

J. Jürges, G. Lang

Documentation/Literature


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