The main program is Main_sound_and_vibs.m. Several metrics are for each of sound, hand arm vibrations, whole body vibrations, and motion sickness. Main_sound_and_vibs calls the primary dependent function
"Continuous_Sound_and_Vibrations_Analysis" which contains the switch statement controlling the data flow.
This program calculates metrics for continuous sound and vibrations. Sound metrics include: peaks, Leq, LeqA, LeqC, kurtosis, third octave band peaks and levels, and more.
Vibration metrics for hand-arm include: arms, armq, Dy, peak, crest factor, kurtosis, third octave band levels and peaks, and more.
Vibration metrics for whole-body include: arms, armq, VDV, MSDV, crest factor, kurtosis, third octave band levels and peaks, and more.
The vibration metrics except for the third octave bands are calculated using both the weighted and unweighted filters.
This program prompts the user for all of the inputs to the Continuous_Sound_and_Vibrations_Analysis.m program.
The user selects either matlab or wav files to analyze for sound and vibrations. There are a series of prompts for output filenames, formating of output images of the figures, and the Name of the device under test (Tool Name).
Edward Zechmann (2022). Continuous Sound and Vibration Analysis (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/21384-continuous-sound-and-vibration-analysis), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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Platform CompatibilityWindows macOS Linux
Inspired by: LMS Toolbox, Subaxis - Subplot, choosebox, Computation of Special Functions, Moving averages / Moving median etc, parseargs: Simplifies input processing for functions with multiple options, Estimatenoise
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