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At each time step of a spectrogram, this function finds the maximum-energy frequency, then identifies the band around that peak that holds a predetermined total amount of energy

1 | ```
make.peaks(spg, passband, amplitude.cutoff)
``` |

`spg` |
a spectrogram object |

`passband` |
a two-element vector that defines the frequency range that will be searched |

`amplitude.cutoff` |
a single numeric value that defines the total area of each peak |

a data frame in which each row corresponds to a time point of the input spectrogram. It has the following columns:

`time` |
the time that the row describes |

`min.frequency` |
the lowest frequency in the peak (inclusive) |

`max.frequency` |
the highest frequency in the peak (inclusive) |

`amplitude.sum` |
the total of all the amplitudes in the peak's range |

`mean.frequency` |
the weighted mean frequency of the peak |

`mean.amplitude` |
the mean amplitude of the peak |

`max.amplitude` |
the peak's greatest amplitude |

`amplitude.range` |
the difference between the peak's maximum amplitude and its minimum amplitude |

Benjamin N. Taft [email protected]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 | ```
##---- Should be DIRECTLY executable !! ----
##-- ==> Define data, use random,
##-- or do help(data=index) for the standard data sets.
## The function is currently defined as
function (spg, passband, amplitude.cutoff)
{
freqs <- attr(spg, "frequency")
g <- freqs > min(passband)
below <- sum(!g)
g <- g & freqs < max(passband)
peak.values <- data.frame(t(apply(spg[, g], 1, collect.energy,
amplitude.cutoff)))
names(peak.values) <- c("lo", "hi", "sum")
peak.values[, 1:2] <- peak.values[, 1:2] + below
peaks <- data.frame(time = attr(spg, "time"), min.frequency = freqs[peak.values$lo],
max.frequency = freqs[peak.values$hi], amplitude.sum = peak.values$sum)
for (i in 1:nrow(peaks)) {
ix <- peak.values$lo[i]:peak.values$hi[i]
amps <- spg[i, ix]
peaks$mean.frequency[i] <- weighted.mean(freqs[ix], amps)
peaks$mean.amplitude[i] <- mean(amps)
tmp <- range(amps)
peaks$max.amplitude[i] <- tmp[2]
peaks$amplitude.range[i] <- diff(tmp)
}
return(invisible(peaks))
}
``` |

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