plot_tf_gofs(st1, st2, dt=0.01, t0=0.0, fmin=1.0, fmax=10.0, nf=100, w0=6, norm='global', st2_isref=True, a=10.0, k=1.0, left=0.1, bottom=0.1, h_1=0.2, h_2=0.125, h_3=0.2, w_1=0.2, w_2=0.6, w_cb=0.01, d_cb=0.0, show=True, plot_args=['k', 'r', 'b'], ylim=0.0, clim=0.0, cmap=<matplotlib.colors.LinearSegmentedColormap object at 0x4348f7ec>)[source]

Plot all time frequency Goodness-of-Fits and the time series in one plot (per component).

  • st1 signal 1 of two signals to compare, type numpy.ndarray with shape (number of components, number of time samples) or (number of timesamples, ) for single component data
  • st2 signal 2 of two signals to compare, type and shape as st1
  • dt time step between two samples in st1 and st2
  • t0 starting time for plotting
  • fmin minimal frequency to be analyzed
  • fmax maximal frequency to be analyzed
  • nf number of frequencies (will be chosen with logarithmic spacing)
  • w0 parameter for the wavelet, tradeoff between time and frequency resolution
  • norm ‘global’ or ‘local’ normalization of the misfit
  • st2_isref (bool) True if st2 is a reference signal, False if none is a reference
  • A Maximum value of Goodness-of-Fit for perfect agreement
  • k sensitivity of Goodness-of-Fit to the misfit
  • left plot distance from the left of the figure
  • bottom plot distance from the bottom of the figure
  • h_1 height of the signal axes
  • h_2 height of the TEM and TPM axes
  • h_3 height of the TFEM and TFPM axes
  • w_1 width of the FEM and FPM axes
  • w_2 width of the TFEM, TFPM, signal etc. axes
  • w_cb width of the colorbar axes
  • d_cb distance of the colorbar axes to the other axes
  • show show figure or return
  • plot_args list of plot arguments passed to the signal 1/2 and TEM/TPM/FEM/FPM plots
  • ylim limits in misfit for TEM/TPM/FEM/FPM
  • clim limits of the colorbars
  • cmap colormap for TFEM/TFPM, either a string or matplotlib.cm.Colormap instance

If show is False, returns a matplotlib.pyplot.figure object (single component data) or a list of figure objects (multi component data)


For a signal with pure amplitude error

>>> import numpy as np
>>> tmax = 6.
>>> dt = 0.01
>>> npts = int(tmax / dt + 1)
>>> t = np.linspace(0., tmax, npts)
>>> A1 = 4.
>>> t1 = 2.
>>> f1 = 2.
>>> phi1 = 0.
>>> phase_shift = 0.1
>>> H1 = (np.sign(t - t1) + 1)/ 2
>>> st1 = (A1 * (t - t1) * np.exp(-2*(t - t1)) *
...       np.cos(2. * np.pi * f1 * (t - t1) + phi1 * np.pi) * H1)
>>> # Reference signal
>>> st2 = st1.copy()
>>> # Distorted signal:
>>> st1 = st1 * 3.
>>> plot_tf_gofs(st1, st2, dt=dt, fmin=1., fmax=10.) 

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