Calculates cross spectra quantities of a series.

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function specxy_anal( x : float, y : float, iopt : integer, jave : integer, pct : float )

*x, y*- 1-dimensional arrays of length
*N*containing the data.*x*and*y*must be the same length. Missing values are not allowed. *iopt*- detrending option. iopt = 0 => remove series mean, iopt = 1 => remove the series mean and least squares linear trend.
*jave*- smoothing to be performed on the periodiogram estimates. This should
be an odd number (>= 3). If not, the routine will force it to
the next largest odd number.
jave=0 : do no smoothing spcx contains raw spectra estimates (periodogram) jave>0 : average jave periodogram estimates together utilizing modified daniell smoothing (good stability but may lead to large bias ). all weights are 1/jave except wgt(1) and wgt(jave) which are 1/(2*jave). this is the recommended option. It is this number which has the most impact on the degrees of freedom.

*pct*- percent of the series to be tapered (0.0 <= pct <= 1.0). If
*pct*=0.0, no tapering will be done. If*pct*= 1.0, the whole series is effected. A*pct*of 0.10 is common (tapering should always be done).

*spcx,spcy*- 1-dimensional arrays of length N/2

spcx(0) - spectral estimate at frq = (1/N) [N=dimsizes(x)]

spcx(N/2-1)- spectral estimate at frq = 0.5These spectra have been normalized so that SUM{spcx(n)*df}= variance of the detrended series where df=frequency spacing. The units are variance/(unit frequency interval).

*frq*- frequency (cycles/time). A 1-dimensional array of length*N*/2.*cospc*- cospectrum. A 1-dimensional array of length*N*/2. This is the real part of the cross spectrum. It measures the extent to which there are oscillations with the same phase in the two series (or with opposite sign, i.e., with a phase shift of half a cycle). In other words, it measures the contribution of different frequencies to the total cross-covariance at zero lag.*quspc*- quadrature spectrum. A 1-dimensional array of length*N*/2. This is the imaginary part of the cross spectrum. it measures the extent to which there are oscillations with a phase difference of a quarter cycle in either direction. i.e., It measures the contribution of different frequencies to the total cross-covariance of the series when all harmonics of one series are delayed a quarter cycle relative to the other relative to the other series.*coher*- coherence squared. A 1-dimensional array of length*N*/2. This is analogous to the square of the correlation coef except that the coherence squared is a function of frequency.*phase*- phase (in degrees). A 1-dimensioinal array of length*N*/2. A positive phase indicates that*x*leads*y*.*bw*- spectral band width (scalar, float)*xavei*- average of the x series on input (scalar, float)*xvari*- variance of the x series on input (scalar, float)*xvaro*- variance of the x series after detrending (scalar, float)*xlag1*- lag one auto correlation of the x series after detrending (scalar, float)*xslope*- least squares slope per time interval of linear trend (if*iopt*= 1) of the x series.*yavei*- average of the y series on input (scalar, float)*yvari*- variance of the y series on input (scalar, float)*yvaro*- variance of the y series after detrending (scalar, float)*ylag1*- lag one auto correlation of the y series after detrending (scalar, float)*yslope*- least squares slope per time interval of linear trend (if*iopt*= 1) of the y series.

iopt = 1 ; remove least squares linear trends from each ; series prior to tapering and computing spectra. jave = 7 ; Average 7 periodogram estimates using modified Daniel pct = 0.1 ; taper 10% of the data dof = specxy_anal (x,y,iopt,jave,pct)

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