Maxima Function

Returns array of values holding every maximum point in the supplied vector whose value complies with limits specified in argument 2.


Number Type Compulsory Default Description
1 real array Yes Vector
2 real array No [???MATH???-\infty, +\infty???MATH???] [min limit, max limit]
3 string No <<empty>> Options
4 real No 0.0 Tolerance

Argument 1

Input vector

Argument 2

Real array of max length 2. Specifies limits within which the input values must lie to be included in the result. Values are:
0 Minimum limit i.e. maxima must be above this to be accepted
1 Maximum limit i.e. maxima must be below this to be accepted.

Argument 3

String array of max length 2. Specifies two possible options:
'xsort' If specified the output is sorted in order of their x-values (reference). Otherwise the values are sorted in descending order of y magnitude.
'nointerp' If not specified the values returned are obtained by fitting a parabola to the maximum and each point either side then calculating the x, y location of the point with zero slope. Otherwise no interpolation is carried out and the literal maximum values are returned.
'noendpts' If specified, the first and last points in the data will not be returned as maximum points.

Argument 4

Minimum spacing between x values. Any pair of points that are closer than this value will be treated as a single point


Return type: real array

The function returns the XY values for each maximum point. The X-values are returned as the vector's reference (see Vector References ).