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From: Thorsten Kranz <thorstenkranz@go...>  20100217 15:11:16

Hi, I have the following problem: I do a wavelet decomposition on a signal, sampled at 1 kHz. When I take 1024 datapoints I get coefficients cD1, cD2, cD3, ... , cD10, cA10, where the 512 cD1 coefficients correspond to the frequencies 250500 Hz, the next 256 cD2 coefficients are from the 125250Hz band and so on. I would now like to do a color coded plot of these coefficients, xaxis is time, yaxis is frequency, with colors for each coefficient in it's own area, i.e. the first cD1 must be from 0 to 2 ms and from 250 to 500 Hz, the first cD2 is from 0 to 4 ms, filling 125 to 250 Hz and so on... How can I do this in python? I could use imshow of course, but how is the easiest way to prepare one 1024 x 250? array that hold the coefficients just like this? Thank you for your help. Thorsten 