Class for performing function interpolation of points. The class is instantiated with an interpolation methods, passed as an enumeration in the constructor. See Interpolation::Type for the available interpolation algorithms, which are implemented using GSL. See also the <A HREF=http://www.gnu.org/software/gsl/manual/html_node/Interpolation.html">GSL manual</A> for more information. The class provides additional methods for computing derivatives and integrals of interpolating functions. This class does not support copying. @ingroup Interpolation

virtual | ~Interpolator() |

double | Deriv(double x) const |

double | Deriv2(double x) const |

double | Eval(double x) const |

double | Integ(double a, double b) const |

ROOT::Math::Interpolator | Interpolator(unsigned int ndata = 0, ROOT::Math::Interpolation::Type type = Interpolation::kCSPLINE) |

ROOT::Math::Interpolator | Interpolator(const vector<double>& x, const vector<double>& y, ROOT::Math::Interpolation::Type type = Interpolation::kCSPLINE) |

bool | SetData(const vector<double>& x, const vector<double>& y) |

bool | SetData(unsigned int ndata, const double* x, const double* y) |

string | Type() const |

string | TypeGet() const |

ROOT::Math::Interpolator | Interpolator(const ROOT::Math::Interpolator&) |

ROOT::Math::Interpolator& | operator=(const ROOT::Math::Interpolator&) |

Interpolator(unsigned int ndata = 0, ROOT::Math::Interpolation::Type type = Interpolation::kCSPLINE)

Interpolator(const vector<double>& x, const vector<double>& y, ROOT::Math::Interpolation::Type type = Interpolation::kCSPLINE)

Constructs an interpolator class from vector of data points \f$ (x_i, y_i )\f$ and with Interpolation::Type type. The method will compute a continuous interpolating function \f$ y(x) \f$ such that \f$ y_i = y ( x_i )\f$. The default interpolation type is Cubic spline

virtual ~Interpolator()

Interpolator(const ROOT::Math::Interpolator& )

usually copying is non trivial, so we make this unaccessible

bool SetData(const vector<double>& x, const vector<double>& y)

Set the data vector ( x[] and y[] ) To be efficient, the size of the data must be the same of the value used in the constructor (ndata) If this is not the case a new re-initialization is performed with the new data size

bool SetData(unsigned int ndata, const double* x, const double* y)

Set the data vector ( x[] and y[] ) To be efficient, the size of the data must be the same of the value used when constructing the class (ndata) If this is not the case a new re-initialization is performed with the new data size.

double Integ(double a, double b) const

Return the Integral of the interpolated function over the range [a,b]

std::string TypeGet() const