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To change the sampling frequency (or the interval between adjacent samples). To decrease the number of samples is to <b>decimate</b>; for example, a data set at 2 ms intervals can be ‘‘decimated’’ to a data set at 4 ms intervals by dropping every other sample. To increase the number of samples is to <b>reconstitute</b>; for example, to obtain samples interpolated between the values of a data set at 2 ms intervals to yield a data set at 1 ms intervals. | To change the sampling frequency (or the interval between adjacent samples). To decrease the number of samples is to <b>decimate</b>; for example, a data set at 2 ms intervals can be ‘‘decimated’’ to a data set at 4 ms intervals by dropping every other sample. To increase the number of samples is to <b>reconstitute</b>; for example, to obtain samples interpolated between the values of a data set at 2 ms intervals to yield a data set at 1 ms intervals. | ||

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## Latest revision as of 01:33, 11 June 2017

To change the sampling frequency (or the interval between adjacent samples). To decrease the number of samples is to **decimate**; for example, a data set at 2 ms intervals can be ‘‘decimated’’ to a data set at 4 ms intervals by dropping every other sample. To increase the number of samples is to **reconstitute**; for example, to obtain samples interpolated between the values of a data set at 2 ms intervals to yield a data set at 1 ms intervals.