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I am a PhD student at Federal University of Technology (UTFPR), Parana, Brazil (<a href="" target="_blank" title=""></a>).

I would like to solve the problem below:

Using fft command into SciLab, how can I get an absolute real number in output? (The phase result doesn't matter for my investigation). I am trying to multiply the fft result by 2/N, N=size(t,'*'), t=time vector.

The calculated result manually is 5.125 (I know this is correct), but using Scilab and the methodology above, the result is: 6.3679274.

How can I fix this problem? What am I doing wrong?

Scilab General None min None sec 22-05-14, 12:36 p.m. Andre


Dear Andre,

Can you please share the .sce file (Scilab code) being used to generate this result, along with the data?

I have replied to your e-mail earlier, you can send me the code on the same e-mail address.

Mukul R. Kulkarni

22-05-14, 2:05 p.m. mukulrkulkarni

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