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Aura | Ear-inertia weighted sound intensity
PostPosted: Fri May 27, 2016 8:16 am Reply with quote
thomas
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Hi,
in the Aura View Calculation window is the option "Intensity".
Checked, the "Ear-inertia weighted sound intensity" should
be shown (as a green line). But unfortunately what I see is
the moving average of the intensity and not the Ear-inertia
weighted sound intensity (calculated by convolution of the squared
IR with a decaying exp-function with tau = 35 ms as the decay
coefficient).
Is there a chance to correct this?

My actual workaround is:
- copy the echogram of every third oct. to matlab (clipboard)
- calculate and show the Ear-inertia weighted sound intensity
This is a very slow solution.
Is there a way to copy the whole echogram (all thirds together)
to the clipboard? That would be faster.

And an additional wish: the echogram is shown in thirds
regardless of the chosen bandwith. Would be nice to have
both linked.
There are more wishes in that context but I will stop now Wink.

kind regards
Thomas
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 6:02 pm Reply with quote
thomas
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Still waiting for an answer. Confused
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 04, 2017 3:29 pm Reply with quote
Frank Siegmann
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Hi Thomas,

both issues are already in our bug tracking respectively feature request list.

We'll check it step by step.

Frank Siegmann
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