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A good implementation will have a bunch of ready-to-use functions for - polynomials of various degrees, at least.



Polynomial curve fitting can be "dangerous". As in, extrapolating results can be unpredictable if not done right.

I recall an example where 7-8 points, trending up, are fitted with a polycurve that sharply dropped right after the last data point thereby giving erroneous prediction.

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