6 examples of 'numpy moving average' in Python

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37@property
38def average(self):
39 return self.avg
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59def average(average_window, data):
60 window = []
61 newdata = []
62 for v in data:
63 window.append(v)
64 if len(window) == average_window:
65 newdata.append(sum(window)/average_window)
66 del window[0]
67 return newdata
99@property
100def avg(self):
101 return self.wsum / self.sumtime if self.count else None
9def movingaverage(y, window_size):
10 """
11 Moving average function from:
12 http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11352047/finding-moving-average-from-data-points-in-python
13 """
14 window = np.ones(int(window_size))/float(window_size)
15 return np.convolve(y, window, 'same')
218def moving_average(new_val, last_avg, theta=0.95):
219 return round((1-theta) * new_val + theta* last_avg, 2)
376def getAverageAggregator(self):
377 """
378 Get the aggregator for the average
379 """
380 return self._average

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