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Revision as of 17:20, 22 January 2016

Purpose

Reads Hitachi EEM files with Rayleigh removal.

Synopsis

out = hitachi_eemreadr(filenames, options);

Inputs

  • file = One of the following identifications of files to read:
  • A single string identifying the file to read
('example')
  • A cell array of strings giving multiple files to read
({'example_a' 'example_b' 'example_c'})
  • An empty array indicating that the user should be prompted to locate the file(s) to read
([])

Outputs

  • out = A DataSet object with date, time, info (data from cell (1,1)), variable names (vars), sample names (samps), and data matrix (data).

Options

options = a structure array with the following fields:

  • waitbar : [ 'off' |{'on'}] Governs use of waitbars to show progress.
  • scattercorrection : [ {'off'} | 'on'] calls flucut for Rayleigh correction.
  • flucut : FLUCUT options field for governing calls to FLUCUT.
    • LowZero : Option (LowZero) for FLUCUT.
    • TopZero : Option (TopZero) for FLUCUT.
  • LowMiss : Input (LowMiss) to FLUCUT.
  • TopMiss : Input (FopMiss) to FLUCUT.
  • textreadr : TEXTREADR options field for governing calls to TEXTREADR.

See Also

Data Importing Formats, aqualogreadr, hjyreadr, jascoeemreadr, jcampreadr, spcreadr, writespc, xclreadr