Many thanks to Oliver for the great code.
One issue that I encountered:
When exported in eps format, all my tweaks on the plot legend are reset to default.
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28 Jul 2014
Peak Fitter
Command-line peak fitter for time-series signals. Version 5.5, July, 2014
Thank you for your reply. I really want to thank you, but there is not that much I can do. I think I could share with you what I do with your code as a way to thank you.
I am working with MRI images. For my project, I need to calculate the lean muscle and fat within ROI. One method stated in "Distribution and Orientation of Bone in the Human Lumbar Vertebral Centrum" by T.S. Keller. This method requires Gaussian Fit in order to calculate the optimal value for thresholding.
No, gridfit does not explicitly allow you to apply derivative constraints. That does not say it is impossible, only that I did not offer it as an option.
The main reason why not, is it would require a set of linear inequality constraints on the unknowns. For a not uncommon grid of size 100x100, there are 100*100=10000 unknowns to solve for. This is not a problem, since the linear system is a sparse one. However, to solve a sparse linear inequality constrained system, one would need to use LSQLIN, or a solver like it. And the last time I checked, LSQLIN was not set up yet to handle sparse large scale inequality constrained problems. (That may have changed with the most recent release, but I have not checked.) If I made all of the matrices full ones, the solve time would probably be incredibly slow and memory intensive.
So I'm sorry, but gridfit will not handle the problem as is.
If you were willing to build a fairly coarse grid, AND add the constraint system, it would probably be doable in a reasonable time. I don't know how small the grid would need to be to make the solve time reasonable. And your definition of reasonable would surely differ from mine, depending on how badly you needed the answer.
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