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Old 19th August 2010, 11:14 AM
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What data analysis library would be helpful for liquid level detection?

I've got data which is in the form of points. Each point has two attributes : time and value. Information comes from liquid level sensor. I need to detect levels and level chnges. But luquid isn't stable : waves, etc. Is there any open source library which would help me to do so?
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