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I have a set of data points in units of (time, voltage), and they have the form of a Gaussian when I plot it. I would like to normalize my data set, i.e. find a factor C that I multiply on to the voltage-data such that the area is 1.

However, is there a way to numerically integrate data points in Mathematica?

Best,

Niles.

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# Mathematica: NIntegrate data points

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