[R] Hidden line algorithms and a different kind of waterfall

stephen sefick ssefick at gmail.com
Sun Nov 2 03:48:13 CET 2008

what is being represented here that is not on a regular spectrogram?
I am not being crass I can't figure out what I am looking at.  Maybe a
contour plot- wouldn't be in 3d but would represent the same
information.  I am envisioning something like a wavelet time scale
diagram...   Just a thought.

On Sat, Nov 1, 2008 at 7:11 PM, Carl Witthoft <carl at witthoft.com> wrote:
> This is not the same as the recent thread on a waterfall graph.
> I'm thinking about the rolling FFT display used in acoustics and other
> spectrum analysis tasks.
> Here's an example of a very fancy 3-D waterfall display:
> http://www.ultimaserial.com/UltimaWaterfall.html
> I was just wondering if there are any simple hidden-line tools in R that I
> could use to draw simple waterfall displays.  Basically, I'd like to plot a
> time-series of FFTs (or equivalent) and use hidden-line tools to produce a
> clean-looking graph.
> I know I could hack it using polygon() , where I'd plot c({the FFT}, {line
> on bottom of graph}) starting at the top of the graph and working down, but
> wondered if there were any other tools.
> thanks
> Carl
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Stephen Sefick
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Southeastern Natural Sciences Academy

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