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# strips() - Signal Processing

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strips(x) plots vector x in horizontal strips of length 250. If x is a matrix, strips(x) plots each column of x. The left-most column (column 1) is the top horizontal strip.strips(x,n) plots vector x in strips that are each n samples long.strips(x,sd,fs) plots vector x in strips of duration sd seconds, given a sampling frequency of fs samples per second.strips(x,sd,fs,scale) scales the vertical axes.If x is a matrix, strips(x,n), strips(x,sd,fs), and strips(x,sd,fs,scale) plot the different columns of x on the same strip plot.strips ignores the imaginary part of complex-valued x.

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Strip Plot of Frequency-Modulated SinusoidOpen This ExamplePlot two seconds of a frequency-modulated sinusoid in 0.25 second strips. Specify a sample rate of 1 kHz.fs = 1000; t = 0:1/fs:2; x = vco(sin(2*pi*t),[10 490],fs); strips(x,0.25,fs) Strip Plot of Speech SignalOpen This Example Load a speech signal sampled at . The file contains a recording of a female voice saying the word "MATLABĀ®." load mtlb Plot the signal in 0.18 second long strips.strips(mtlb,0.18,Fs)