tg.removeIntervalBothBoundaries: tg.removeIntervalBothBoundaries

Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

View source: R/tg.R

Description

Remove both left and right boundary of interval of the given index in Interval tier. In fact, this operation concatenate three intervals into one (and their labels). It cannot be applied to the first and the last interval because they contain beginning or end boundary of the tier. E.g., let's assume interval 1-2-3. We remove both boundaries of the 2nd interval. The result is one interval 123. If we do not want to concatenate labels (we wanted to remove the label including its interval), we can set the label of the second interval to the empty string "" before this operation. If we only want to remove the label of interval "without concatenation", i.e., the desired result is 1-empty-3, it is not this operation of removing boundaries. Just set the label of the second interval to the empty string "".

Usage

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tg.removeIntervalBothBoundaries(tg, tierInd, index)

Arguments

tg

TextGrid object

tierInd

tier index or "name"

index

index of the interval

Value

TextGrid object

See Also

tg.removeIntervalLeftBoundary, tg.removeIntervalRightBoundary, tg.insertBoundary, tg.insertInterval

Examples

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## Not run: 
tg <- tg.sample()
tg.plot(tg)
tg2 <- tg.removeIntervalBothBoundaries(tg, "word", 3)
tg.plot(tg2)

## End(Not run)

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