Hi, I am doing a phys experiment, and I find myself trying to obtain some pattern of quantization of some measurements, i.e., I'm trying to find a number (double) that divides at least a significant portion of my data, with an arbitrary remainder. Does anyone know of any algorithm that does this for type double numbers? I really need your help on this one. Thanks a lot.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# GCD approximation for type double numbers

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