[Numpy-discussion] Re: Code Question
ryanlists at gmail.com
Mon Apr 17 05:57:03 CDT 2006
Robert is right that you should try fft in perl if you don't want to
But as I understand it, you want to read in this file, fft it, and
write the fft to a file using only numarray. Attached is a script
that does that. Most of the script is just low-level file io to avoid
having to install scipy to read and write the arrays.
Hope this helps,
On 4/16/06, Robert Kern <robert.kern at gmail.com> wrote:
> Saqib bin Sohail wrote:
> > I am sure all of you will say why not use the existing functionalities, but
> > after 3 days I haven't gotten anywhere. All I need to do is get FFT of some
> > sound files so that I can verify the result of FFT's and compare them with my
> > FFT code in VxWorks.
> Well, if you are just trying to get an independent verification of your VxWorks
> FFT code, and you are much more comfortable with Perl, then you might want to
> use one of the FFT libraries available for Perl like Math::FFT.
> Robert Kern
> robert.kern at gmail.com
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