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12 Dec 2003 Screenshot Find Peak Value Help you find peak value from a lot of data. Author: Geng Jun chemistry, physics, peak value, xray diffraction, data, function 71 34
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27 Jun 2014 Find Peak Value Help you find peak value from a lot of data. Author: Geng Jun haier

05 Jul 2012 Find Peak Value Help you find peak value from a lot of data. Author: Geng Jun Tharindu

Try this one;
http://www.mathworks.com/help/toolbox/signal/ref/findpeaks.html

07 Jun 2012 Find Peak Value Help you find peak value from a lot of data. Author: Geng Jun Tharindu

Thanks, It works great!

27 Apr 2012 Find Peak Value Help you find peak value from a lot of data. Author: Geng Jun Sipple, Jesse

Has anyone had any trouble finding the peaks for a vector that has both positive and negative values? Does not seem to be working with that.

29 Jun 2011 Find Peak Value Help you find peak value from a lot of data. Author: Geng Jun Kami

About the input parameter,"Range":
Range is a 4-element vector:
[Xmin, Xmax, Ymin, Ymax]
Xmin: the lower x boundary of region of interest(ROI).
Xmax: the upper x boundary of ROI
Ymin and Ymax are the same as Xmin and Xmax.
For example,
t=fpeak(A,B,30,[23,90,700,inf]);
means:
find the peaks whose x are between 23 and 90 and their values is between 700 and inf.

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