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GPS data comparison after smoothing


GPS data comparison after smoothing

By : Danny Dub
Date : November 22 2020, 01:01 AM
To fix this issue Generally, there is no universally valid way for comparing two datasets, since it completely depends on the applied/required quality criterion.
For your appoach
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Firefox CSS Animation Smoothing (sub-pixel smoothing)

Firefox CSS Animation Smoothing (sub-pixel smoothing)


By : user3004062
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue The rendering engines for each browser is obviously different. Firefox does not implement an anti-aliasing effect on CSS animations. This does not inherently make it better or worse, it just depends on what you are animating. Linear transitions can appear undesirably blurred in Chrome for example.
That said it appears what you would like to achieve is to have an anti-aliased/sub-pixel smoothed transitions. We can't change the way the engine renders but we can manipulate the animation to appear softer to the end user.
code :
#parent {
    width: 50%;
    float:left;
    height: 326px;
    background-color: yellow;
    background: url(http://paint.net.amihotornot.com.au/Features/Effects/Plugins/Render/Grid_CheckerBoard_Maker/Grid_CheckerBoard_Maker.Paint.NET.001.png) top center repeat;
}
#child {
    position: absolute;
    top: 75px;
    left: 150px;
    width: 100px;
    height: 100px;
    background-color: black;
    box-shadow:0 0 1px rgba(0,0,0,0.7);
    animation: range-y 10s infinite linear;
    -webkit-animation: range-y 10s infinite linear;
}
#move-x { 
    animation: range-x 10s infinite linear; 
    -webkit-animation: range-x 10s infinite linear;
}
#move-y { 
    animation: range-y 15s infinite linear; 
    -webkit-animation: range-y 15s infinite linear;
}
@keyframes range-x {
    0%   {transform: translateX(0);}
    30%  {transform: translateX(-8px) rotate(0.02deg);}
    50%  {transform: translateX(1px) rotate(0deg);}
    65%  {transform: translateX(6px) rotate(0.02deg);}
    80%  {transform: translateX(0px) rotate(0deg);}
    89%  {transform: translateX(-3px) rotate(0.02deg);}
    100% {transform: translateX(0) rotate(0deg);}
}
@keyframes range-y {
    0%   {transform: translateY(0);}
    20%  {transform: translateY(13px) rotate(0.02deg);}
    35%  {transform: translateY(-1px) rotate(0deg);}
    70%  {transform: translateY(-14px) rotate(0.02deg);}
    90%  {transform: translateY(2px) rotate(0deg);}
    100% {transform: translateY(0) rotate(0.02deg);}
}
@-webkit-keyframes range-x {
    0%   {transform: translateX(0);}
    30%  {transform: translateX(-8px) rotate(0.02deg);}
    50%  {transform: translateX(1px) rotate(0deg);}
    65%  {transform: translateX(6px) rotate(0.02deg);}
    80%  {transform: translateX(0px) rotate(0deg);}
    89%  {transform: translateX(-3px) rotate(0.02deg);}
    100% {transform: translateX(0) rotate(0deg);}
}
@-webkit-keyframes range-y {
    0%   {transform: translateY(0);}
    20%  {transform: translateY(13px) rotate(0.02deg);}
    35%  {transform: translateY(-1px) rotate(0deg);}
    70%  {transform: translateY(-14px) rotate(0.02deg);}
    90%  {transform: translateY(2px) rotate(0deg);}
    100% {transform: translateY(0) rotate(0.02deg);}
}
Control the degree of smoothing in my simple kernel smoothing code

Control the degree of smoothing in my simple kernel smoothing code


By : Dhruv Pant
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps There are not many questions regarding the sm package. Perhaps it is not widely used nowadays, but I still remember playing with it a lot when doing my MRes degree.
You can't control smoothness because you are using cross-validation for auto-selection of smoothing parameter. Just get rid of the h.select line and pass h as an argument of your function.
code :
find.extrema <- function(x, h = NULL)
{
    if(is.xts(x)) {
        y = as.vector( Cl(x) )
    } else {
        y = x
    }
    n = len(y)
    t = 1:n
    ## if not given, do auto-selection from data
    if (is.null(h)) h = h.select(t, y, method = 'cv')
    temp = sm.regression(t, y, h=h, display = 'none')
    mhat = approx(temp$eval.points, temp$estimate, t, method='linear')$y
    #mhat = y #to exactly match underlying data
    return (mhat)
}
How do I correct for errors in smoothing plotted data? (final data point is shifted)

How do I correct for errors in smoothing plotted data? (final data point is shifted)


By : user2835650
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue Your box convolution function extends out of data range, so you see "edge effect". This is fundamental problem of convolution.
You can get shortened output range with mode ‘valid’
Changing font smoothing for my application alone and not the global windows font smoothing settings

Changing font smoothing for my application alone and not the global windows font smoothing settings


By : Dram
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Maybe there's an easier way but one way is to change all the fonts which you paint with, and which all your controls use, to ones with anti-aliasing turned off.
You can use WM_GETFONT and WM_SETFONT to get/set the fonts used by most controls (they both use HFONT object handles).
Smoothing of time-series data without smoothing out peak values in R

Smoothing of time-series data without smoothing out peak values in R


By : Sindi Snowie Khanyil
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you .
Is there any method to get rid of all this noise in the graph but preserve the peak values?
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