Currently I have Gannet running smoothly.
I am saving the matlab output file
When I load it, I have one structure (let’s call it MRS)
In that structure, there is:
Where would I find the final output spectra, so that I could create something like this:
From DOI: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.123.043269
Oh I’m getting somewhere:
If this is what I should be doing, my next questions would be:
How do I get this in ppm?
Do I use .diff or _scaled.diff? Or something else…
Oh yes! That helps me get the ppm!
but do I use .diff or _scaled.diff? Or something else?
For anyone else who might stumble on this in the future:
PaperPlot.m function in Gannet is a wrapper function allowing you to plot the spectral results at publication-level quality. Just type
help PaperPlot for full usage instructions.