Eugene Beresovksy

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comment Robustly segmenting a csv file containing noisy data
Your prose (N times greater/smaller than previous) doesn't match your code (difference greater/smaller than thr). That said, if what you mean by N times greater/smaller treats an increase from 1 to 2 the same as a jump from 50 to 100, then I don't think it would do the job very well.
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quotes around values for `cur` actually need to be double quotes in order to work
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split threshold into one for going up and one for going down
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comment Robustly segmenting a csv file containing noisy data
this worked great (after splitting threshold into threshold_up and threshold_down)! will accept, unless something more ingenious shows up
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comment Robustly segmenting a csv file containing noisy data
@terdon No, it won't print all those lines, because the variable cur stores the current state and if you check the if/else statements, you should see that it works.
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+1 - I'm trying to give you some credit for the edit you made to my question (see end of the question), by upvoting your comment down here. As the edit had been rejected by someone else, I could not do so by just accepting the edit as one would normally do.
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