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Spectral View Audio
Wow thanks for your fast replySmile

I didnt notice this feature yet. Its great! Im sorry.

May i suggest some options for the audio spectrum?

1) horizontal vs vertical (time)
The user can switch between horizontal and vertical orientation of the time axis.
Maybe some students are used to the time axis being on the "x-axis".

2) frequency scale linear vs logarithmic.
The user can swith between linear and logarithmic scale of the frequency axis.
This could be useful for lower frequencies.

3) color of the diagram.
Some color combination i find useful (from low -- to high intensity)
a) black -- to white (grayscale)
b) white -- to black (grayscale)
c) black -- to blue -- to green -- yellow -- red -- purple -- white

Here are to example pictures ( link to my cloud - strato hidrive)
What do you think of the second picture with scale of b) where white=low and black=high intensity? (its logarithmic scale)

*Edit: increasing the number of measing points is also a very fine way to get sharp lines in the diagramSmile

Thanks for your work - phyphox team!

Messages In This Thread
Spectral View Audio - by schreibeLehmann - 01-02-2020, 09:19 PM
RE: Spectral View Audio - by Sebastian Staacks - 01-03-2020, 01:19 PM
RE: Spectral View Audio - by schreibeLehmann - 01-05-2020, 12:55 AM
RE: Spectral View Audio - by Sebastian Staacks - 01-06-2020, 06:12 PM

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