UE Data and models in earth sciences

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How to look and analyze data? Which model to use to explain those data? The course introduces fundamental analysis methods, to deal in particular with data constituted of temporal and/or spatial series. Specific    processing techniques are presented for the analysis and interpretation o the data: Fourier analysis, convolution, correlation, linear regression, polynomial fit etc. The lecture is entirely taught in informatics rooms, alternating between theoretical aspects and practical tical exercices, with a particular focus on the use of Matlab or Octave.