You can use this to differentiate signals/vectors that contain high frequency noise. The more points you use, the larger the noise suppression at the cost of more computation. robustDiff uses both future information and past information to estimate the derivative at the current point (non causal). robustDiffOneSide uses only past information (causal). robustDiffOneSide has a phase shift that increases with increasing number of points used, so be aware.
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The formula's used are from work done by Pavel Holoborodko. More information on these formulas can be found here on his website: http://goo.gl/vfRWcg
Jason Nicholson (2021). Smooth Robust Differentiators (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/45745-smooth-robust-differentiators), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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