Version 0.1.8

  • Changed: Split the run command of the Aligner class to run (which computes the shift) and align which shifts the input array to the new position.

Version 0.1.7

  • New: Changed the structure of the package to be more Object-oriented. Alignment is now wrapped in its own class Aligner which can be directly imported or used like before using from msalign import msalign
  • New: Added new shift function which simply shifts signals without interpolation - can be a lot faster but less accurate. Can be accessed by using keyword parameter quick_shift=True or by calling the shift() function
  • Improved: Cleaned-up code and renamed some poorly named variables
  • Changed: Remove support from Python 2.7, 3.4, 3.5

Version 0.1.3

  • New: added new keyword parameter align_by_index which when set to True will convert the values of peaks to index based on the input xvals array. This is introduced as I've noticed that sometimes when aligning to float values the alignment is not optimal
  • Improved: added more tests to the tests suite

Version 0.1.0

  • Fixed: #5 small bug that prevented correct alignment of the MS example
  • New: added new keyword parameter 'return_shifts' which when set to True will return the aligned data and the vector containing shift parameters