My name is Danielle Jacob and I am a Masters (through) Research student at Bangor University, North Wales.
I have been using Python now for about 3 months (but only once a fortnight for a few hours at a time...so I am still very new)
My supervisor extracted some tidal range data for a location in Wales (Holyhead) for 2011. For those of you who know tidal ranges it is supposed to look like a series of double helix oscillations. When I got the data there were some anomalies, such as a result of +40 (normally results should not exceed 5). These look like peaks in Python graphs.
There are a series of anomalies which I am able to identify. I asked my supervisor and he simply said to look up the code for creating an average of the before and after points to 'fake' the data.
What I want to know please is how to do this.
- Identify the anomalies.
- Take the before and after points and average them.
I have a graph set up.... I just need to change the appearance of the data on the graph. I can send you some of the code and a screen grab of the current graph.
Thank you for your time
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