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MAPCOLORS Create a custom RGB colormap by interpolating between two pre-defined
extremes.

MAPCOLORS(START,FINISH) returns a 64 x 3 matrix containing RGB
intensities linearly interpolated between the values specified in START and FINISH, which are 3-element vectors containing RGB intensities 0-255.

MAPCOLORS(START,FINISH,NBITS) returns an nBITS x 3 matrix instead.

EXAMPLE: To recreate Matlab's...



FASTRMS Instantaneous root-mean-square (RMS) power via convolution.

FASTRMS(X), when X is a vector, is the time-varying RMS power of X, computed using a 5-point rectangular window centered at each point in the signal. The output is the...



Converts normally distributed z-statistic to one- or two-tailed p-value
by integrating the standard normal pdf. If no "tails" value is specified, z2p computes the two-tailed value by default. The output p is the same size as z,...



HILBERT2 Extract instantaneous envelope and frequency from a bandlimited signal via Hilbert transform.

[ENV FREQ] = HILBERT2(X,FS), for vectors X, returns estimates of the instantaneous envelope and frequency. X is assumed to be a...