[R] problems with kzft
markus_haege at gmx.de
Fri Oct 2 11:31:49 CEST 2009
after I became familiar with R and Design of Experiments, I tried to
make a fourier transform with kzft but failed. I don't understand
x1<-2*Re(kzft.x1$tf[,2]) //Is it "Re" because it's complex? What exactly
do I acess here?
plot(x1,main="sin") /with this I plot the pure sin
I don't understand the fifth argument "n" in kzft().
Now I like to have a picture of the frequencies. Is it the periodogram
with kzp()? I tried something but once more... I don't understand the
examples in kzft.pdf completely:
omega<-seq(0,1,length=481)[2:241]//What for is [2:241]
My idea is to use kzft at different sampling rates of an ADC, or to
improve the measurements of my cheap oscilloscope. Like the FFT-button,
but better and with R.
Is there somewhere a better explanation of kzft() than kzft.pdf?
Or can anybody help me with this package?
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