In the end, the most simple thing (calculating the coefficient with a riemann sum) was the most portable/efficient/robust way to solve my problem:

```
import numpy as np
def cn(n):
c = y*np.exp(-1j*2*n*np.pi*time/period)
return c.sum()/c.size
def f(x, Nh):
f = np.array([2*cn(i)*np.exp(1j*2*i*np.pi*x/period) for i in range(1,Nh+1)])
return f.sum()
y2 = np.array([f(t,50).real for t in time])
plot(time, y)
plot(time, y2)
```

gives me: