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This letter reports on a new method of analysing experimentally gained time series with respect to different types of noise involved, namely, we show that it is possible to differentiate between dynamical and measurement noise. This method does not depend on previous knowledge of model equations. For the complicated case of a chaotic dynamics spoiled at the same time by dynamical and measurement noise, we even show how to extract from data the magnitude of both types of noise. As a furtherdoi:10.1209/epl/i2003-00152-9 fatcat:5n5iwewzcrbfvok6hoi4tx3ciy