% A simple self-contained demonstration of the findpeak function (line 54) % applied to noisy synthetic data set consisting of a random number of narrow % peaks. Each time you run this, a different set of peaks is generated. % Calls the fundpeaks function, which must be in the Matlab path. % See http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~toh/spectrum/Smoothing.html and % http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~toh/spectrum/PeakFindingandMeasurement.htm % Tom O'Haver (toh@umd.edu). Version 3 February 2013 % You can change the signal characteristics in lines 9-16 format short g format compact increment=1; x=[1:increment:1800]; % For each simulated peak, compute the amplitude, position, and width pos=[200:50:1780]; % Positions of the peaks (Change if desired) amp=round(10.*randn(1,length(pos))); % Amplitudes of the peaks (Change if desired) wid=20.*ones(size(pos)); % Widths of the peaks (Change if desired) Noise=.4; % Amount of random noise added to the signal. (Change if desired) % A = matrix containing one of the unit-amplidude peak in each of its rows A = zeros(length(pos),length(x)); ActualPeaks=[0 0 0 0 0]; p=1; for k=1:length(pos) if amp(k)>9, % Keep only those peaks above a certain amplitude % Create a series of peaks of different x-positions A(k,:)=exp(-((x-pos(k))./(0.6005615.*wid(k))).^2); % Gaussian peaks % A(k,:)=ones(size(x))./(1+((x-pos(k))./(0.5.*wid(k))).^2); % Lorentzian peaks % Assembles actual parameters into ActualPeaks matrix: each row = 1 % peak; columns are Peak #, Position, Height, Width, Area ActualPeaks(p,:) = [p pos(k) amp(k) wid(k) 1.0646.*amp(k)*wid(k)]; p=p+1; end; end z=amp*A; % Multiplies each row by the corresponding amplitude and adds them up y=z+Noise.*randn(size(z)); % Adds constant random noise % y=z+Noise.*sqrtnoise(z); % Adds signal-dependent random noise % y=y+5.*gaussian(x,0,4000); % Optionally adds a broad background signal % y=y+gaussian(x,0,4000); % Optionally adds a broad background signal % demodata=[x' y']; % Assembles x and y vectors into data matrix clf figure(1);plot(x,y,'r') % Graph the signal in red title('Detected peaks are numbered. Peak table is printed in Command Window') % Initial values of variable parameters SlopeThreshold=.0001; AmpThreshold=2; SmoothWidth=27; FitWidth=18; % Label the x-axis with the parameter values xlabel(['SlopeThresh. = ' num2str(SlopeThreshold) ' AmpThresh. = ' num2str(AmpThreshold) ' SmoothWidth = ' num2str(SmoothWidth) ' FitWidth = ' num2str(FitWidth) ]) % Find the peaks tic; Measuredpeaks=findpeaksG(x,y,.0001,2,27,18,3); ElapsedTime=toc; PeaksPerSecond=length(Measuredpeaks)/ElapsedTime; % Display results disp('---------------------------------------------------------') disp(['SlopeThreshold = ' num2str(SlopeThreshold) ] ) disp(['AmpThreshold = ' num2str(AmpThreshold) ] ) disp(['SmoothWidth = ' num2str(SmoothWidth) ] ) disp(['FitWidth = ' num2str(FitWidth) ] ) disp(['Speed = ' num2str(round(PeaksPerSecond)) ' Peaks Per Second' ] ) disp(' Peak # Position Height Width Area') disp(Measuredpeaks) % Display table of peaks figure(1);text(Measuredpeaks(:,2),Measuredpeaks(:,3),num2str(Measuredpeaks(:,1))) % Number the peaks found on the graph % if length(ActualPeaks)==length(Measuredpeaks), % PercentErrors=100.*(ActualPeaks-Measuredpeaks)./ActualPeaks; % PercentErrors(:,1)=Measuredpeaks(:,1); % AverageAbsolutePercentErrors=mean(abs(100.*(ActualPeaks-Measuredpeaks)./ActualPeaks)); % end