yp= fitlsq(y, x, xp)
yfit= interp(yp, xp, xfit)
performs a least squares fit to the data points (X, Y). The input
XP are the abcissas of the piecewise linear function passing through
(XP, YP) which is the best fit to the data (X,Y) in a least squares
sense. The XP must be strictly monotone, either increasing or
decreasing. As for interp, the piecewise linear fit is taken to be
constant outside the limits of the XP.
The result YP is linearly interpolated through any consecutive
intervals of XP which contain no data points X, and linearly
extrapolated beyond the extreme values of X (if any of the intervals
of XP lie outside these extremes).
A WEIGHT keyword of the same length as X and Y may be supplied in
order to weight the various data points differently; a typical
WEIGHT function is 1/sigma^2 where sigma are the standard deviations
associated with the Y values.
interpreted function, defined at i/fitlsq.i line 10