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Specify a vecter, a minimum peak separation, and a minimum peak height, and this function will find the peaks.. about 250 times faster than findpeaks would!
try:

t=linspace(0,1,10001);
x=sin(2*pi*20*t)+0.2*sin(2*pi*113*t)+.2*randn(size(t));
p=peakseek(x,10000,1);



% loc=quickfind(el,list)
%
% Finds the index of an element el in a SORTED list really quick.
% loc is the location, found is a boolean indicating whether an exact match
% was found.
%
% It doesn't check if the list is...



Example Usage

>>ezplot(@(t)max(30*365*24-t,0),[0 33*365*24]);
>> xlabel 'age (hours)', ylabel 'what remains of your youth (hours)';
>>TakeAPicture -report

Documentation:
Create and save a png...



This function is the same as matlab's plot, but much faster for large vectors. Syntax is the same.

Only major drawback is you can't currently save and reload the plots generated without screwing them up.

Enjoy



Rate-Varying Poisson-Process generator.

T=PechePourPoisson(rate);
T=PechePourPoisson(rate,dt);
[T tvec]=PechePourPoisson(rate,dt);

Example:
rate=conv(randn(1,10000),ones(1,1000),'same');
[T...



% ai=anaLogger;
% ai.nChannels=4;
% ai.SampleRate=1000;
% ai.start;
% pause(3);
% ai.stop;
% [v t]=ai.getdata;
%
% figure;
% plot(t,v);