First of all: many thanks for an amazing tool and all the work you have put in it. It is very much appreciated.
I do have, however, a small question:
I'm trying to export a plot of a uniform distribution between, say, a and b, to the .png format. This obviously means that the function is zero for values lower than a and higher than b. In that case, the function gets overlapped by the axis and is therefore not visible in the exported .png. It is in the MatLab figure. Am I missing something or is there a fix for this? Thanks in advance
11 Dec 2013
Command-line peak fitter for time-series signals. Version 4.2, November 2013
Probably what's happening is that you are inadvertently triggering the bootstrap error estimation routine, which happens when you have 6 output arguments (line 787). To avoid this, modify the peakfit definition to read:
then call the modified peakfit function with just these 3 output arguments.
11 Dec 2013
Fits a plane to a set of data points by minimizing the normal quadratic distance
Thank you so much for this wonderful work, your function helped me a lot!
I'm using it to fit Raman spectra and it works great.
I have just one question:
Why is the speed of the function decreasing when I add the variable 'bkgcoeff' to the output values? I solved the problem by adding a 'save bkgcoef' to peak fit and loading it afterwards, but thats not a nice solution.