Anyone Familiar With and Use Frequently ? Matlab R2018b / Excel 2016 - Analyzing Wavelets & Thresholding CoefficientsStarted by 5 years ago●6 replies●latest reply 5 years ago●129 views
Figured I would see if anyone is experienced with this stuff prior to spending two hours crafting a message with screenshots / diagrams / uploading code etc. I am using Matlab 184.108.40.2063004 (R2018b) Update 2 and Excel 2016 ( 64 bit ) doing some Wavelet coefficient thresholding analysis. I can provide specifics if anyone is experienced with the aforementioned software and processes.
I am not familiar with the process that you are using so I can't help there, but I had a major red flag go up for using the 64-bit version of Excel. According to Microsoft, the 64-bit version of Office/Excel is only for very limited special purpose applications and is incompatible with many add-ins. Microsoft doesn't recommend it for general purpose applications due to compatibility issues. I don't know what problem they have with the 64-bit version, but I suspect that you should be using the 32-bit version (even on a 64-bit processor) unless you are familiar with Microsoft's reasons for offering a 64-bit version of Excel that is incompatible with most other applications. In other words, you should only be using it if you know exactly what you are doing and why you are using the 64-bit version of Excel. As far as I know, this also holds true for other Microsoft Office apps. I use Microsoft Office 365 that always keeps it up to date with the most current available version and a 64-bit version was not offered.
I hope that this is helpful and my apologies if this situation has changed in the last 12 months since I last checked and I am simply not aware of the change yet.
Thanks for the reply / info. I'm not currently experiencing issues with either Excel or Matlab. I've programmed them to communicate effectively for my needs.I switched to the 64 bit version of Excel for heavy computational demands. I also have a couple 64 bit version Excel add ins that work flawlessly. Thanks again for the info; very easy to not be up - to - date with these issues.
Matlab and Excel are very common tools. I would think a lot of people on this site have used them or their equivalents.
Post your questions...
Again, though, if you have compatible 64-bit plug-ins, it will work ok. They just aren't as available as you might assume.
Not sure what happened to my post. It appears I may have accidentally deleted it trying to add to it. Anyway, here is my question / problem :
Using the Matlab Wavelet Analyzer :
I select the 1 - D Wavelet Coefficient Selection :
Then I run the Stepwise Coefficient Process:
I am wondering if the Stepwise Coefficient Selection Process is 'transferable' and can be saved in a .mat file and utilized on new DAQ input values ? The Matlab documentation is pretty clear on how to save a file but I am unclear on whether or not I can access the previously obtained Stepwise Coefficient Selection Values obtained from the prior Stepwise Movie step.
It appears that the function 'wthrmngr' provides arguments that MAY access those previously obtained Stepwise Coefficient Selection Values via the following
thr = wthrmngr(opt,method,C,L)
From Matlab -
1-D Discrete Wavelet Decomposition Options
In these options,
X is the signal,
the wavelet coefficients are in the vector
C, and the lengths of the
coefficient vectors are in
alpha is the sparsity
scale defines the
multiplicative threshold rescaling.
1-D denoising using level-dependent thresholds
thr = wthrmngr('dw1ddenoLVL','sqtwolog',C,L,scale)
thr = wthrmngr('dw1ddenoLVL','rigrsure',C,L,scale)
thr = wthrmngr('dw1ddenoLVL','heursure',C,L,scale)
thr = wthrmngr('dw1ddenoLVL','minimaxi',C,L,scale)
thr = wthrmngr('dw1ddenoLVL','penalhi',C,L,alpha), where 2.5 <
thr = wthrmngr('dw1ddenoLVL','penalme',C,L,alpha), where 1.5 <
thr = wthrmngr('dw1ddenoLVL','penallo',C,L,alpha), where 1 <
However, I am not sure which syntax's to use. Do I understand this correctly ? Can anyone provide clarification if I don't understand this properly ?