Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References Examples

Create a pitch track for a sound.

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`sound` |
A numeric vector representing a waveform, or a 'sound' object created with the loadsound() or makesound() functions. |

`f0range` |
A numeric vector of length two where the first value corresponds to the minimum f0 Hz to be considered, and the second represents the maximum to be considered. |

`timestep` |
How far the analysis window will advance, in milliseconds. If this value is set to zero, the function is applied to the entire signal. |

`fs` |
The sampling frequency of the sound. If a 'sound' or 'ts' object is passed, this does not need to be specified. |

`minacf` |
Autocorrelation values below this are ignored. |

`correction` |
If TRUE, ACF values are corrected for lag value. |

`show` |
If TRUE, a plot displaying the pitch track is created. |

`windowlength` |
The length of the analysis window, in milliseconds. This should be approximately three-times longer than the wavelength of the lowest pitch. The default value is appropriate for a floor of 60 Hz. |

`addtospect` |
If TRUE, the pitch track is added to a spectrogram created with the spectrogram() function included in this package. The track is scaled up by a factor of 10 (e.g., 100 Hz will be plotted at 1000 Hz on the spectrogram) so that it will fit nicely in the typical spectrogram range of 0-5000 Hz. |

Pitch tracking is carried out using a simplified version of the algorithm described in Boersma (1993), including corrections for lag value and window function. When plotting pitch tracks, the points sizes are proportional to autocorrelation values.

A dataframe with the following columns:

`time` |
The analysis window centre point, in milliseconds. |

`f0` |
The calculated f0 (pitch). |

`acf` |
The value of the autocorrelation function corresponding to the winning f0. |

Santiago Barreda <sbarreda@ucdavis.edu>

Boersma, P., (1993). Accurate short-term analysis of the fundamental frequency and the harmonics-to-noise ratio of a sampled sound. Proc. Instit. Phon. Sci. 17: 97-110.

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