From: ImageAnalyst <>
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Subject: Re: weighted average time series
Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2010 18:37:26 -0800 (PST)
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On Mar 9, 1:06 pm, "dormant" <> wrote:
> Thanks for the suggestions, some of which I tried already.
> To answer one question. The signals I am discussing are not the same signal plus different noise in each time series. The signal is subtly different in each time series, and I am trying to quantify these differences. There is also noise present, but that can't be removed by any processing.
So you have no noise and the signals are different because they really
are different.  And you are "trying to quantify the differences."  So,
in the absence of any other information, I'd say that you just simply
subtract the signals to get the differences.  If that's not right,
then say why.