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does anyone know of some nice root-finding method (preferable GSL :-)) for a data set - i.e. I have a set of 3D data (x,y,z) where z = f(x,y,) and I want to know where the zeros of f are. I guess, I could write it myself with some interpolation method, but just in case someone knows...

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# Zeros in a data set

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