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WaveletComp 1.1: A guided tour through the R package

@inproceedings{Rsch2018WaveletComp1A,
  title={WaveletComp 1.1: A guided tour through the R package},
  author={Angi R{\"o}sch and Harald Schmidbauer},
  year={2018}
}
WaveletComp is an R package for continuous wavelet-based analysis of univariate and bivariate time series. Wavelet functions are implemented in WaveletComp such that a wide range of intermediate and final results are easily accessible. The null hypothesis that there is no (joint) periodicity in the series is tested via p-values obtained from simulation, where the model to be simulated can be chosen from a wide variety of options. The reconstruction, and thus filtering, of a given series from… 
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