Re: Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) viewer and/or file format
- Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2017 22:06:11 -0800
- From: Dan Hitt <dan.hitt@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) viewer and/or file format
On Sun, Nov 12, 2017 at 8:50 PM, Richard Owlett <rowlett@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 11/12/2017 09:45 PM, Dan Hitt wrote:
>> I have some DFTs that i wish to inspect. (Apparently DFT is a common
>> acronym, but here i mean Discrete Fourier Transform. And properly
>> speaking it doesn't make sense to inspect a transform, but only to
>> inspect transformed data, but i'm speaking colloquially.)
>> DFTs are a common artifact in digital signal processing. Lots of
>> Debian packages are focused on FFTs (Fast Fourier Transforms, a way of
>> computing DFTs). Nevertheless i couldn't find either a standard file
>> format to store one, or software specifically for viewing DFTs.
>> Of course, lots of software can take data, then transform it, then
>> display the transform that it created, but i would like something that
>> can take an already created DFT in some standard format, then display
>> TIA for any information or pointers or advice from anybody! :)
> A useful set of expertise is available at the USENET group at comp.dsp .
Maybe you're exactly right, because if i can find any free software
that's relevant to what i want, then i can probably get it to Debian.
(If i have something specific, then can bring it up here in fact if i
have trouble installing it.)
How do you normally access usenet?
In the old days (meaning, decades ago) i used to read usenet with rn.
I suppose a modern equivalent would be google groups, but if i do get
back in the usenet scene, i'm wondering if there's a more
command-liney thing or just other alternatives to consider before
walking down the google trail.
Anyhow, whether or not you have an answer about the best way to go to
usenet, i appreciate the suggestion because that group (comp.dsp) is
probably where i can find what i'm looking for if it exists at all.