How to label your peaks in descending order?

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John Mark Enhaynes le 30 Mar 2021
Modifié(e) : LO le 30 Mar 2021
I search the whole community and website on how to label my peaks from 1-5 from the highest value given
Here is my code I've made so far:
fid=fopen('Programming 2 Data.txt');
f=cell2mat(e);
x = f(:,1);
y = f(:,2);
[sortedX,sortIndex]=sort(x);
sortedY=y(sortIndex);
plot(x,y)
findpeaks(sortedY,sortedX,'MinPeakHeight',290,'Annotate','Extents');
xlabel('cm^-1')
ylabel('%T')
title('FTIR')
axis tight
grid
set(gca,'xdir','reverse')
I have search the terminology on findpeaks, but it doesn't really help me that much to get the desired result that I wanted.
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John Mark Enhaynes le 30 Mar 2021
I've tried that, but I've got similar errors from other users I've seen in the forum
Mathieu NOE le 30 Mar 2021
I ve plenty of other similar functions (attached)
try with peakseek and do the sorting by yourself afterwards

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LO le 30 Mar 2021
Modifié(e) : LO le 30 Mar 2021
something like this ?
my guess is that you won't need the sortedX because you are looking for peaks on your Y axis, right ? But try adapting this to your code. Eventually the "locs" variable will have to be modified taking into account your X vector.
[peaks,locs,widths] = findpeaks(sortedY,'MinPeakHeight',290,'Annotate','Extents');
[vals,order] = sortrows(peaks,'descend'); % sort them based on peak value, for instance, but you can sort them based on widths as well (just replace peaks with widths in sortrows)
scatter(locs(order),peaks(order),'rv');
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