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Note that the y axis shown in the figure below is in Magnitude Squared. You can set this by rightclicking on the axis label and selecting Magnitude Squared from the menu. Ringing and ripples occur in the response, especially near the band edge. Multiplication by a window in the time domain causes a convolution or smoothing in the frequency domain.
Apply a length 51 Hamming window to the filter and display the result using FVTool:. Using a Hamming window greatly reduces the ringing. This improvement is at the expense of transition width the windowed version takes longer to ramp from passband to stopband and optimality the windowed version does not minimize the integrated squared error.
For an overview of windows and their properties, see Windows. This is a lowpass, linear phase FIR filter with cutoff frequency Wn. Wn is a number between 0 and 1, where 1 corresponds to the Nyquist frequency, half the sampling frequency. Unlike other methods, here Wn corresponds to the 6 dB point. For a highpass filter, simply append 'high' to the function's parameter list. For a bandpass or bandstop filter, specify Wn as a twoelement vector containing the passband edge frequencies.
Append 'stop' for the bandstop configuration. If you do not specify a window, fir1 applies a Hamming window. Kaiser Window Order Estimation. The kaiserord function estimates the filter order, cutoff frequency, and Kaiser window beta parameter needed to meet a given set of specifications. Given a vector of frequency band edges and a corresponding vector of magnitudes, as well as maximum allowable ripple, kaiserord returns appropriate input parameters for the fir1 function.
The fir2 function also designs windowed FIR filters, but with an arbitrarily shaped piecewise linear frequency response. This is in contrast to fir1 , which only designs filters in standard lowpass, highpass, bandpass, and bandstop configurations. The IIR counterpart of this function is yulewalk , which also designs filters based on arbitrary piecewise linear magnitude responses.
The firls and firpm functions provide a more general means of specifying the ideal specified filter than the fir1 and fir2 functions. These functions design Hilbert transformers, differentiators, and other filters with odd symmetric coefficients type III and type IV linear phase. The firls function is an extension of the fir1 and fir2 functions in that it minimizes the integral of the square of the error between the specified frequency response and the actual frequency response.
The firpm function implements the ParksMcClellan algorithm, which uses the Remez exchange algorithm and Chebyshev approximation theory to design filters with optimal fits between the specified and actual frequency responses. The filters are optimal in the sense that they minimize the maximum error between the specified frequency response and the actual frequency response; they are sometimes called minimax filters.
Filters designed in this way exhibit an equiripple behavior in their frequency response, and hence are also known as equiripple filters. The syntax for firls and firpm is the same; the only difference is their minimization schemes. The next example shows how filters designed with firls and firpm reflect these different schemes. The default mode of operation of firls and firpm is to design type I or type II linear phase filters, depending on whether the order you want is even or odd, respectively.
A lowpass example with approximate amplitude 1 from 0 to 0. From 0. A transition band minimizes the error more in the bands that you do care about, at the expense of a slower transition rate. In this way, these types of filters have an inherent tradeoff similar to FIR design by windowing. To compare least squares to equiripple filter design, use firls to create a similar filter. The filter designed with firpm exhibits equiripple behavior.
This shows that the firpm filter's maximum error over the passband and stopband is smaller and, in fact, it is the smallest possible for this band edge configuration and filter length. Think of frequency bands as lines over short frequency intervals.
Technically, these f and a vectors define five bands:. Both firls and firpm allow you to place more or less emphasis on minimizing the error in certain frequency bands relative to others. To do this, specify a weight vector following the frequency and amplitude vectors. An example lowpass equiripple filter with 10 times less ripple in the stopband than the passband is.
A legal weight vector is always half the length of the f and a vectors; there must be exactly one weight per band. When called with a trailing 'h' or 'Hilbert' option, firpm and firls design FIR filters with odd symmetry, that is, type III for even order or type IV for odd order linear phase filters.
An ideal Hilbert transformer has this antisymmetry property and an amplitude of 1 across the entire frequency range. Try the following approximate Hilbert transformers and plot them using FVTool:. You can find the delayed Hilbert transform of a signal x by passing it through these filters. The analytic signal corresponding to x is the complex signal that has x as its real part and the Hilbert transform of x as its imaginary part.
For this FIR method an alternative to the hilbert function , you must delay x by half the filter order to create the analytic signal:. This method does not work directly for filters of odd order, which require a noninteger delay. In this case, the hilbert function, described in Hilbert Transform , estimates the analytic signal.
Alternatively, use the resample function to delay the signal by a noninteger number of samples. Differentiation of a signal in the time domain is equivalent to multiplication of the signal's Fourier transform by an imaginary ramp function. Approximate the ideal differentiator with a delay using firpm or firls with a 'd' or 'differentiator' option:.
For a type III filter, the differentiation band should stop short of the Nyquist frequency, and the amplitude vector must reflect that change to ensure the correct slope:. The ability to omit the specification of transition bands is useful in several situations. For example, it may not be clear where a rigidly defined transition band should appear if noise and signal information appear together in the same frequency band.
Similarly, it may make sense to omit the specification of transition bands if they appear only to control the results of Gibbs phenomena that appear in the filter's response. See Selesnick, Lang, and Burrus [2] for discussion of this method. Instead of defining passbands, stopbands, and transition regions, the CLS method accepts a cutoff frequency for the highpass, lowpass, bandpass, or bandstop cases , or passband and stopband edges for multiband cases , for the response you specify.
In this way, the CLS method defines transition regions implicitly, rather than explicitly. The key feature of the CLS method is that it enables you to define upper and lower thresholds that contain the maximum allowable ripple in the magnitude response. Given this constraint, the technique applies the least square error minimization technique over the frequency range of the filter's response, instead of over specific bands.
The error minimization includes any areas of discontinuity in the ideal, "brick wall" response. An additional benefit is that the technique enables you to specify arbitrarily small peaks resulting from the Gibbs phenomenon. For details on the calling syntax for these functions, see their reference descriptions in the Function Reference. As an example, consider designing a filter with order 61 impulse response and cutoff frequency of 0. Further, define the upper and lower bounds that constrain the design process as:.
This legend is autogenerated for box charts. Each legend entry refers to a box plot component: the box, whiskers, median or mean lines, percentiles, etc. In addition, the Legend Properties dialog lets you add custom entries to your legend for symbols and lines, by building the desired syntax using a dialog.
The Piper diagram or Trilinear diagram is used to plot chemistry of water samples for hydrogeological studies. Scatter point shape and color change for each sample. Sample ID is displayed next to each point and its color is matched to the sample point. A colorblindsafe color list is used Origin includes two such builtin color lists. A bubble scale relates bubble size to total dissolved solids.
A pointbypoint legend identifies each sample point. A scatter plot with modifiers for color and size, set using other data columns. Note the nested bubble scale legend at bottom left. The map of the continental USA was added to the graph using the Insert: Continental USA Map menu entry The menu entry will be shown when the scale matches the range of the map's latitude and longitude.
Worksheet column label row cells can display and store LaTeX strings. These strings can then be easily added to graph text objects, such as graph axis titles and legends. Origin also provides a simplified Symbol Map dialog, with multiple tabs with commonly used and popular symbols, to enable users to find and insert symbols quickly when editing text labels. Editing the Objects. The OpenGL graphic technology brought unltrafast performance and more flexibility to customize your 3D graphs.
This graph displays the topology of Mount St. Helens before and after the volcanic eruption in The data are plotted as two color map surface plots in the same OpenGL graph layer, with the top surface offset along the Z axis. A light source has been added to illuminate the surface. Isometric scaling has been applied so that the X, Y and Z axis lengths reflect true relative distances.
This graph displays the population of different counties by fetching map data from a new WMS server and then plotting 3D bars on top of the map plane. The Maps Online app offers a few builtin map data sources for users to choose from. You can also add your own map source. With Origin, it is very easy to place 3D bars on a map using the Layer Contents dialog. This graph displays a 3D color map surface plot of Lake Ontario region.
A second dataset has been added as a transparent plane at the Z value corresponding to the water level. Origin supports free rotation of OpenGL graphs by simply holding down the R key and using the mouse. Additional options for rotating, resizing, stretching and skewing are available when the 3D graph layer is selected. This plot shows a 3D scatter plot with x, y, z errors, and projections on three axis planes. The 3D scatter symbol is colormapped to another data column population density.
Symbols and error bars in each projection can be customized independently. This is a 3D Colormap Surface with Projection , made possible by plotting the data twice: once as a 3D surface plot and a second time as a flat surface. The flat surface can be offset arbitrarily in the Z direction. Using a transparent surface and drop lines to surface instead of the bottom plane, you can show distances between the points and the surface.
These toolbars are sensitive to the type of object selected. The buttons in the pop up provide access to all of the common customization options, so you can perform quick changes without opening complex dialogs. Import speed in Origin is a factor of 10 or more compared to Excel , and compared to older versions of Origin. The gain in speed has been achieved by making full use of the processor's multicore architecture.
You can draganddrop data files onto the Origin interface to import them. Draganddrop is supported for most common file types, and can be further customized for additional or custom file types. Starting with Origin , you no longer need to have MS Excel installed to import these file types. Origin provides the following options for Excel file import:.
Excel workbooks can also be opened directly within Origin. The Excel file can be saved with file path relative to the Origin Project file, for easy sharing of the project along with related Excel files. We recommend importing your Excel data, so that you have full access to Origin's powerful graphing and analysis environment.
Origin supports importing data from a database using Database Connector. Options include:. Origin supports importing from a database , and then saving the query in the worksheet for easy editing and reimporting. The Digitizer tool in Origin allows you to perform manual or semiautomated digitizing of graph images.
Features include:. The Digitizer tool in Origin lets you generate data from images of graphs. Cartesian, ternary, and polar coordinates are supported. Digitizing methods include manual or semiautomated operations. Multiple curves can be digitized, and points can be reordered and visualized in the result graphing and data worksheet. In a Zoom graph, a zoomed portion of a larger graph is added to explore a region of interest. Moving the cyan rectangle updates that portion of the graph shown by the inset.
Press the Z or X keys and scroll the mouse wheel to quickly and interactively zoom and pan data in graph layers. The new Data Slicer feature allows you to change filter conditions directly on a graph for easy data exploration. Simply set up filters on desired worksheet columns, create a graph with one or more layers, and turn on the Data Slicer panel to control the filters.
Features include: Mini Toolbar to toggle Data Slicer panel Directly disable or enable filters from the graph Text filter has option for single entry allowing for easy switch of filter conditon Numeric filters allow several conditions including combinations with AND or OR. Highlight a particular data plot in a graph. Also works with complex graph types such as Parallel plot. You can customize the display to include information from other columns of the worksheet, including images embedded in worksheet cells.
Use Vertical Cursor for exploring data in stacked graphs in multiple graph windows simultaneously. You can find information of one cursor or compare two cursors such as the distance. Origin and OriginPro provide a rich set of tools for performing exploratory and advanced analysis of your data.
Please view the following sections for details. Origin provides several gadgets to perform exploratory analysis by interacting with data plotted in a graph. Origin provides a selection of Gadgets to perform exploratory analysis of data from a graph. A region of interest ROI control allows you to interactively specify the subset of data to be analyzed. Results from the analysis are dynamically updated on top of the ROI as it is resized or moved. This image shows peak fitting being performed using the Quick Fit gadget.
Two statistics gadgets are applied to this graph to report statistics in two regions of interest ROI. The Y axis is moved to separate the two regions. Yellow ROI boxes are hidden so that they do not show in printouts.
The "S" button on upperright corner redisplays the ROI boxes when clicked. Use the Quick Peak Gadget to interactively perform peak finding, baseline subtraction, and peak integration of data from a graph. The Quick Fit Gadget lets you perform linear, polynomial, or nonlinear curve fitting on data plots in a graph. Notice the label on top of the ROI displaying the slope and Pearson's r from a linear fit. The label updates dynamically as the ROI is moved or resized.
The ROI can be rectangular, elliptical, polygon or arbitrary handdraw shape. The tool provides statistics on data inside and outside the ROI, and also lets you copy, clear, mask or delete selected data. Origin provides various tools for linear, polynomial and nonlinear curve and surface fitting. Fitting routines use stateoftheart algorithms. The sections below provide a summary of key features.
Graph displaying result of linear regression. Graph displaying result of polynomial regression. Origin supports Global Fitting with Parameter Sharing , where you can simultaneously fit multiple datasets with the same function and optionally share one or more fitting parameters across all datasets.
The report sheet will provide a summary table with all parameter values and errors, and a single set of fit statistics from the global fit. OriginPro supports fitting with implicit functions using the Orthogonal Distance Regression algorithm which minimizes the orthogonal distance from data to the fit curve. Errors and weighting for both X and Y data are supported. Implicit functions can have two or more variables.
Result of an Apparent Linear Fit on data plotted with logarithmic Y axis scale. The latter supports weights for both X and Y data. Select from over 12 weighting methods including instrumental, statistical, direct, arbitrary dataset, and variance.
When working with replicate data, Origin can perform a Concatenated Fit where the replicates are combined internally to a single dataset. The graph included in the report sheet can either represent the data in replicate form, or as mean values with SD or SE error bars.
A Quick Sigmoidal Fit Gadget is also available. The Rank Models tool in OriginPro can fit and rank multiple functions to a dataset. Use OriginPro to perform nonlinear surface fitting of data organized in XYZ worksheet columns , a matrix , or a virtual matrix.
Select from over 20 surface functions or create your own function. For peak functions, find peaks using local maximum, partial derivative, or contour consolidation. The raw data is plotted as a colorfilled contour plot, and the fit results are plotted as contour lines.
Do you need to fit an implicit function to your data? Implicit Fitting uses the Orthogonal Distance Regression algorithm to find optimal values for the fit parameters. Errors or weights are supported for both X and Y data. Origin provides several features for peak analysis, from baseline correction to peak finding, peak integration, peak deconvolution and fitting.
The following sections list the key features for peak analysis. This is a preview graph for performing peak integration using the Peak Analyzer tool. The integration range can be applied for all peaks, or modified individually and interactively for each peak. Once you have performed baseline detection and peak finding, Origin provides several options for peak fitting: Select from over 25 builtin peak functions, or create your own peak function Fit all peaks with same function form, or assign different functions to specific peaks Peak deconvolution to resolve overlapping or hidden peaks Fix peak centers or allow them to vary by a set percentage or within a set range of values Specify bounds and constraints on peak parameters Share parameters across peaks Full control of fitting process including stepbystep iterations Detailed report including fit statistics, residuals, and graph of individual and cumulative fit lines Over 25 peak properties for reporting, including peak area by percentage, variance, skewness and peak excess Fit summary graph with customizable peak properties table.
There are several options for batch peak analysis of multiple datasets in Origin: Use integration and peak gadgets to analyze multiple curves in a graph within or across layers Use a predefined peak analysis theme to analyze multiple datasets or files Output a custom report table with peak parameters from each dataset or file.
The Quick Peaks Gadget provides a quick and interactive way to perform peak analysis from a graph, using a region of interest ROI control. Batch operations such as integration of multiple curves over a desired range are also possible from this gadget.
The Peak Analyzer tool in Origin supports baseline detection, peak picking, and peak integration. In OriginPro, this tool also supports fitting multiple peaks. Peak detection methods include 2nd derivative search to detect overlapping or hidden peaks. The interface guides you stepbystep, allowing you to customize settings at each stage, and then save the settings as a theme for repeat use on similar data. In addition, Origin provides Stats Advisor App which helps user to interactively choose the appropriate statistical test, analysis tool or App.
The Stats Advisor App asks a series of questions and then suggests the appropriate tool or App to analyze your data. The graph shows a Custom Report of numerical and graphical results from multiple statistical tools, created from Origin's flexible worksheet. Once created, such reports can be automatically generated, greatly simplifying your statistical analysis tasks. The image shows two of the embedded graphs opened for further editing.
Edit an embedded graph by doubleclicking on the thumbnail image in the report. Once customizations are made, put the graphs back into the report and see your modifications. Dendrogram of spectra classification from Hierarchical Cluster Analysis of spectra.
This plot can be used to classify observations across groups. This graph displays survival functions with confidence intervals, created by the Survival Analysis tool in OriginPro. The tool also performs a logrank test to compare the two survival functions. A preview panel is provided to enable realtime visualization of specified parameters and corresponding results. OriginPro provides several wavelet transform tools. From simple column calculations to interpolation, calculus and integration, Origin provides a wide range of tools for mathematical analysis of worksheet and matrix data.
Use the Normalize tool to normalize data in a worksheet or a graph. The F x Column Formula row in Origin worksheet lets you directly type expressions to calculate column values based on data in other columns and metadata elements. The expression can be further edited in the Set Values dialog which provides a lower panel to execute Before Formula scripts for preprocessing data.
The Set Values dialog also provides a search button to quickly find and insert functions from over builtin functions. Userdefined functions can also be added for custom transforms. Auto complete helps to quickly find and enter functions as well as name ranges to complete your formula. Use Origin's Interpolation Gadget to perform interpolation and extrapolation on one or more data plots in a graph.
You can interactively select the data range using a regionofinterest ROI control. Interpolation methods include linear, spline and Akima spline. Use the Integrate Gadget to perform integration of data curves in a graph. A regionofinterest ROI control is provided to interactively select the desired data range.
Baseline methods include selecting an existing data plot as a baseline to determine the area between two curves, as displayed in this graph. Batch integration of multiple curves is also supported. Origin provides multiple powerful data manipulation tools which can be used for preanalysis data processing. The preanalysis data processing can be carried out right after importing data into Origin, and help to get the data into a desired form for analysis in a quick and intuitive way.
Origin provides several tools for reorganizing your data, such as stacking and unstacking columns, and splitting or appending worksheets. With the Stack Columns tool displayed here, you can specify a row label such as Long Name or Comments to act as group identifier. The tool also provides options for stacking into subgroups or stacking by rows.
The Data Filter feature in Origin lets you specify numeric, string, or datetime filters on one or more worksheet columns to quickly reduce data. Custom filter conditions are also supported. Hidden rows are excluded from graphing and analysis. Extract pixel values from stacked matrices by selecting points or specifying coordinates Extract regionofinterest including shapefilebased from stacked matrices or image Finding mean, min, max and coordinates of min and max etc.
Moving or resizing the ROI will automatically update the analysis results and graphs. Origin provides many options for exporting and presentation, from sending graphs to PowerPoint, to creating movies. Journals typically require a specific width for the graph image, such as 86 mm for single column and mm for double column. In addition, at the scaled size, they may require text labels to be above a particular font size, and lines to be above a certain thickness.
In this version, we offer the following key features for preparing the Origin graph with the exact width specification: Resize graph page by specifying desired width, while maintaining aspect ratio auto scale height when width is changed Scale all elements on the page when resizing in order to maintain proportional balance in the graph Conversely, set element scale to some fixed factor when you want to maintain absolute size of elements Fit all graph layers to the available page area using userspecified margins, while maintaining layer relationships, relative size, and object scale.
Once the graph has been scaled to the desired width then it can be exported in a vector or raster format for submission to the journal. Specify desired width and units to match requirements of the journal. The page height will be proportionally scaled while maintaining aspect ratio. Relative dimensions of all objects in graph will be maintained. Reduce white space in your graph page by either expanding all layers to occupy available space Fit Layers to Page or by reducing page size Fit Page to Layers.
In the GIF, we used the Master Page feature to add a company logo and date stamp of identical style and position in graphs. Then paste to other applications such as Microsoft word and edit further. Worksheet cells can also be copied as EMF. You can send graphs individually by name, by Project Explorer folder, or send all graphs from the entire project.
Options include specifying slide margins and using a preexisting slide as a template, allowing you to add a common set of elements to your published slides. A Send Graphs to Word App , available from the OriginLab File Exchange , exports your Origin graphs as embedded objects or pictures and inserts them into a Word document, with the option to insert them at specific bookmarked positions.
Use the Video Builder tool in Origin to create a video file from Origin graphs. Manually or programmatically add frames to the video from any graph in your project. This animation displays the evolution of data values mapped onto a 3D surface. Origin provides multiple ways to create nice reports. With any of the available methods, you can format the appearance of the report as you want, adding graphs, images and analysis results as links, thus creating a custom report.
Your custom report sheets can become templates for repeated tasks  simply import new raw data and watch your custom report automatically update. Format text using various builtin, customizable styles, and add graph images and images from the project or from the web. Link to result values in report sheets to create a final report, all within Origin. Origin provides multiple ways to handle repetitive graphing, importing and data analysis tasks.
Batch operations can be performed directly from the GUI, without the need for any programming. Smart Plotting with Cloneable Templates. As an alternative to Graph Templates, Graph Themes provide a means to save graph customizations and apply them to different types of graphs across your projects. The Template Library helps you organize and utilize Graph Templates you have created.
Graph Templates are a great way to apply the customizations you have made to one graph, to additional graphs you make from similar data. Starting from Origin b, Origin provides a set of extended graph templates in the template library. Graph Template Library dialog shown in List View mode. Set up desired graphs and analysis operations on data in the current workbook. Set the operations to automatically update.
Then simply import multiple files, having Origin clone the current workbook for each file. All graphs and analysis results in the new books will be updated based on the data from each file. Origin provides a quick yet powerful way to allow users to perform batch graphing and analysis when importing multiple files.
Origin supports automatic or manual recalculation of results from most analysis and data processing operations, which is the fundation of batch processing and automation.
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