107 | | ~~ ~~# - y is an iterable type (e.g. a list) of complex numbers. Complex |

108 | | ~~ ~~# numbers are a native type in Python. |

109 | | ~~ ~~# - ndata is no longer necessary as it can be inferred from len(y) |

110 | | ~~ ~~return_tuple = hlsvd(y, ndp, tstep, m, nssv, nit) |

111 | | |

112 | | ~~ ~~# Extract values from the return_tuple |

113 | | ~~ ~~# - root is a list of complex numbers |

114 | | ~~ ~~# - fre, dam, amp, phase and sv are lists of floats |

115 | | ~~ ~~# - snoise, rms, nitf and ndiv are floats or ints as appropriate |

116 | | ~~ ~~root, fre, dam, amp, phase, sv, snoise, rms, nitf, ndiv = return_tuple |

| 107 | # - y is an iterable type (e.g. a list) of complex numbers. Complex |

| 108 | # numbers are a native type in Python. |

| 109 | # - ndata is no longer necessary as it can be inferred from len(y) |

| 110 | return_tuple = hlsvd(y, ndp, tstep, m, nssv, nit) |

| 111 | |

| 112 | # Extract values from the return_tuple |

| 113 | # - root is a list of complex numbers |

| 114 | # - fre, dam, amp, phase and sv are lists of floats |

| 115 | # - snoise, rms, nitf and ndiv are floats or ints as appropriate |

| 116 | root, fre, dam, amp, phase, sv, snoise, rms, nitf, ndiv = return_tuple |