Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s)

View source: R/rendering_and_plotting.R

Sets up the figure window for `HHGramImage`

and `FTGramImage`

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This is an internal function and will likely never be called by a user

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`img` |
Fourier or Hilbert spectrogram image. |

`trace` |
Time series corresponding to the spectrogram. |

`amp.span` |
Amplitudes over which to plot. |

`blur` |
Apply a Gaussian smoother. Default |

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`blur$sigma`

is a scalar or two-element vector giving the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel.`blur$bleed`

determines hether to allow values to bleed out of the domain of the image. Default`TRUE`

`img.x.lab` |
Specifies the X axis label on the image part of the figure, defaults to "time" |

`img.y.lab` |
Specifies the Y axis label on the image part of the figure, defaults to "frequency" |

`fit.line` |
Plots a line corresponding to the IMF sum on the trace, if requested |

`window` |
The Fourier window length, if applicable |

`colormap` |
The image color map |

`backcol` |
The background color of the image (what shows up for pixels with value |

`pretty` |
Adjusts image axes to have nice values, see the |

`grid` |
Determines whether to plot grid lines on the spectrogram |

`colorbar` |
Whether to plot a color bar for amplitude values |

`opts` |
Other possible options passed from |

INTERNAL

Daniel Bowman [email protected]

hht documentation built on May 29, 2017, 9:26 a.m.

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