neurodsp.spectral.trim_spectrogram(freqs, times, spg, f_range=None, t_range=None)[source]

Extract a frequency or time range of interest from a spectrogram.

freqs1d array

Frequency values for the spectrogram.

times: 1d array

Time values for the spectrogram.

spg2d array

Spectrogram, or time frequency representation of a signal. Formatted as [n_freqs, n_time_windows].

f_range: list of [float, float]

Frequency range to restrict to, as [f_low, f_high].

t_range: list of [float, float]

Time range to restrict to, as [t_low, t_high].

freqs_ext1d array

Extracted frequency values for the power spectrum.

times_ext: 1d array

Extracted segment time values

spg_ext2d array

Extracted spectrogram values.


This function extracts frequency ranges >= f_low and <= f_high, and time ranges >= t_low and <= t_high. It does not round to below or above f_low and f_high, or t_low and t_high, respectively.


Trim the spectrogram of a simulated time series:

>>> from neurodsp.sim import sim_combined
>>> from neurodsp.timefrequency import compute_wavelet_transform
>>> from import create_times, create_freqs
>>> fs = 500
>>> n_seconds = 10
>>> times = create_times(n_seconds, fs)
>>> sig = sim_combined(n_seconds, fs,
...                    components={'sim_powerlaw': {}, 'sim_oscillation' : {'freq': 10}})
>>> freqs = create_freqs(1, 15)
>>> mwt = compute_wavelet_transform(sig, fs, freqs)
>>> spg = abs(mwt)**2
>>> freqs_ext, times_ext, spg_ext = trim_spectrogram(freqs, times, spg,
...                                                  f_range=[8, 12], t_range=[0, 5])