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Commit 3ecdc70c authored by Mathias Bavay's avatar Mathias Bavay
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The Despiking filter arguments were wrong...

parent 39316a26
...@@ -316,8 +316,8 @@ INIshell include file for MeteoIO filters ...@@ -316,8 +316,8 @@ INIshell include file for MeteoIO filters
<parametergroup name="FILTER_DESPIKING"> <parametergroup name="FILTER_DESPIKING">
<option caption="Phase space despiking" value="DESPIKING" color="#136b84"> <option caption="Phase space despiking" value="DESPIKING" color="#136b84">
<parameter key="%::ARG#::METHOD" type="alternative" default="Goring"> <parameter key="%::ARG#::METHOD" type="alternative" default="Goring">
<option value="Goring"/> <option value="GORING"/>
<option value="Mori"/> <option value="MORI"/>
<help>either use the Goring or the Mori version of the algorithm</help> <help>either use the Goring or the Mori version of the algorithm</help>
</parameter> </parameter>
<parameter key="%::ARG#::SENSITIVITY" label="Sensitivity:" type="number" format="decimal" min="0" default="1.0" precision="2"> <parameter key="%::ARG#::SENSITIVITY" label="Sensitivity:" type="number" format="decimal" min="0" default="1.0" precision="2">
...@@ -326,7 +326,7 @@ INIshell include file for MeteoIO filters ...@@ -326,7 +326,7 @@ INIshell include file for MeteoIO filters
<parameter key="%::ARG#::INTERPOL_DEG" label="Degree of interpolation:" type="number" format="integer+" default="3" notoggle="true"> <parameter key="%::ARG#::INTERPOL_DEG" label="Degree of interpolation:" type="number" format="integer+" default="3" notoggle="true">
<help>The parameter interpol_deg sets the degree of the fit for the replacement. 1 is linear, 2 is quadratic, ..., 0 means "off" (removed spikes will be nodata and can be resampled later via [Interpolations1D]). This is useful in rare cases where the cubic fit happens to produce an unwanted peak by itself. Default value is 3 (cubic fit) as proposed in the paper by Goring.</help> <help>The parameter interpol_deg sets the degree of the fit for the replacement. 1 is linear, 2 is quadratic, ..., 0 means "off" (removed spikes will be nodata and can be resampled later via [Interpolations1D]). This is useful in rare cases where the cubic fit happens to produce an unwanted peak by itself. Default value is 3 (cubic fit) as proposed in the paper by Goring.</help>
</parameter> </parameter>
<parameter key="%:ARG#::INTERPOL_PTS" label="Interpolation points:" type="number" format="integer+" default="24" notoggle="true"> <parameter key="%::ARG#::INTERPOL_PTS" label="Interpolation points:" type="number" format="integer+" default="24" notoggle="true">
<help>The number of points used for the fitting (replacement) of the spikes can be set via interpol_pts. Default is 24 (as proposed in the paper by Goring).</help> <help>The number of points used for the fitting (replacement) of the spikes can be set via interpol_pts. Default is 24 (as proposed in the paper by Goring).</help>
</parameter> </parameter>
<reference name="ID_RESTRICT"/> <reference name="ID_RESTRICT"/>
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