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How can I change the x-axis time stamps in a spectrogram?

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ch
ch le 14 Mar 2023
Commenté : Adam Drake le 15 Mar 2023
I have acoustic data spanning over multiple hours in which signals of interest are marked with a start and end time stamp. I now want to visualise just my signal of interest, x, by making a subplot(2,1) showing a waveform and spectrogram. The time axis should show the timestamps from the original recording, i.e. for a 5s signal that started after the first 20s of recording I'd like the x-axis to span from 20-25s.
To do so I extracted the signal of interest from the original data and wrote a time vector using the start time (20 seconds into the recording) and duration of the signal and dividing by my sample rate fs.
signal_start = 20;
t = signal_start + ((1:length(x))/fs);
Then I used the following code for plotting:
figure(1); hold on
subplot(2,1,1); plot(t,x);
subplot(2,1,2); spectrogram(x,1024,512,1024,fs,'yaxis');
For the waveform that works perfectly fine as I can just plot my signal x over my time vector t. However, I cannot figure out how to now use my defined time vector t with the spectrogram function to obtain the same x-axis for both my subplots. When using spectrogram as below, the x-axis always spans from 0 to the signal duration, i.e. 0s to 5s for this example. I have looked at the spectrogram documentation but could not find any option to add another inout argument to define my x-axis. So I guess I need some aditional code to do so?

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Adam Drake
Adam Drake le 14 Mar 2023
Modifié(e) : Adam Drake le 14 Mar 2023
figure(1)
subplot(2,1,1)
plot(t,x)
subplot(2,1,2)
spectrogram(x,1024,512,1024,fs,'yaxis')
xlim([t(1) t(end)])
% or set(gca,'XLim',[t(1) t(end)]);
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ch
ch le 15 Mar 2023
Thanks Adam for your response. Unfortunately this doesn't solve the problem because the spectrogram within the thereby set x limits is empty as the spectrogram is still produced at 0-5s and xlim (same as set(gca...)) only shifts the window shown in the figure, not where the spectrogram is plotted.
I could use this approach if I were to load in the entire acoustic data and not just my extracted signal. However, the dataset is quite large and this would slow down my computer a lot, which is why I am looking for an alternative way.
Adam Drake
Adam Drake le 15 Mar 2023
Get rid of the xlim, switch to: set(gca,'XTickLabel',t) You may have to experiment but basically you're just overriding the x-axis label markers. In the future, if you could provide enough so that we can recreate what you see on your end that would help.

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