Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Wednesday Linkorama

Round up of things I found interesting.

gsignal is an R package that is an improvement over the signal package. The signal package is a group of signal processing functions like you might find in Matlab. It was helpful but was missing some common functions, and some functions did not play well with complex numbers. The gsingal packaged added some key functions and works with complex numbers. It has the poly function but seems to be missing the roots function.

Ventura, the new mac operating system, is available. I'm going for it. Wish me luck!

Copilot is an app that helps write code. It uses what you wrote to suggest code snippets as you write the code. It looks interesting; I'm going to give it a try.

Tuesday, October 25, 2022

My new book is published!

This book provides the tools to use, understand, and apply power spectral density (PSD) estimation. By the end of this book, you will be able to select an appropriate PSD estimation method based on your data, perform the estimation, and understand the results. To accomplish this, we cover the methods and just enough theory so you can use the estimation techniques correctly and interpret the results meaningfully.

Get it here -> Spectral Density Estimation by Example

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