dtaidistance - Time series distances: Dynamic Time Warping (DTW)

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Library for time series distances (e.g. Dynamic Time Warping) used in the DTAI Research Group. The library offers a pure Python implementation and a faster implementation in C. In case the C based version is not available, see the documentation for alternative installation options.




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