I have two data sets, each having its own array of x values and its own corresponding array of y values. I want to divide the y-values of two data sets. The problem I am having is that the x arrays for the two sets have totally different spacings (bin sizes). One set has 4175 data points, evenly spaced. The other set has its x values NOT evenly spaced and there are only 1919 data points in it.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

What would be the best way of going about modifying the second data set so that it might be compared to the first one? I could just interpolate, but then I am worried that I am basically just adding made up data points to the y values for the second set, and that I might destroy some features in it, or add spurious ones.

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# Comparing data sets of different sizes

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