Strip plot

`strips(x)`

strips(x,n)

strips(x,sd,fs)

strips(x,sd,fs,scale)

`strips(x)`

plots vector `x`

in
horizontal strips of length 250. If `x`

is a matrix, `strips(x)`

plots
each column of `x`

. The left-most column (column
1) is the top horizontal strip.

`strips(x,n)`

plots vector `x`

in
strips that are each `n`

samples long.

`strips(x,sd,fs)`

plots vector `x`

in
strips of duration `sd`

seconds, given a sampling
frequency of `fs`

samples per second.

`strips(x,sd,fs,scale)`

scales
the vertical axes.

If `x`

is a matrix, `strips(x,n)`

, `strips(x,sd,fs)`

,
and `strips(x,sd,fs,scale)`

plot the different columns
of `x`

on the same strip plot.

`strips`

ignores the imaginary part of complex-valued `x`

.

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