How to know the abscissa of these y values?

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Hello, I have an EDA signal, in column 6 of a text file (signal.txt), and I want to calculate the amplitude (y) (maximum-minimum) and the rise time (x),i.e., the time from minimum to maximum, but the script that I have doesn't work.
This is what I have, and the error in tmim and tmax that is showed is "The indexes of the matrix must be positive integers or logical values".
I hope you can help me, thank you very much!
data_org = importdata('signal.txt,'\t',7); %text file with 7 columns
EDA=data_org.data;
EDA= EDA(:,6); %I only want the values of the 6 collumn
EDAuS=((EDA/2^10)*3)/0.12; %convert to uS
N= length(EDAuS);
fs = 1000;
T=N/fs;
t = (0:N-1)/fs;
f = (0:N-1)/T;
[b,a] = butter(6,0.0035,'low');
EDAuS_filter = filtfilt(b,a,EDAuS); %filtering signal EDA
minimum= min(EDAuS_filter);
maximum= max(EDAuS_filter);
amp=maximum-minimum; %amplitude
tmin=t(minimum);
tmax=t(maximum);
rise_time= tmax-tmin;

Answers (2)

Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 7 May 2020
Probably our most faqqy of the FAQs. See the FAQ for a thorough discussion:

Star Strider
Star Strider on 7 May 2020
You have a series of 16-element frames, each with columns 6 and 7 being a series of pulses.
Filtering them is likely not appropriate, because it obscures the details. Besides, I got the impression we already solved this problem(?)
Try this:
data_org = importdata('signal.txt');
D=data_org.data;
fullend = find(D(:,1) == 15, 1,'last');
Dr = reshape(D(1:fullend,[1 6 7])', 3, 16, []);
Dr = permute(Dr,[2,1,3]);
for k = 1:size(Dr,3)
frame = Dr(:,:,k);
t = frame(:,1);
EDA = frame(:,6);
% — ANALYSE THE SIGNAL IN THIS FRAME —
% — SAVE THE RESULTS TO THE APPROPRIATE CELL ARRAYS —
end
We did something similar to this with your previous files in your other Question.
Use whatever related Signal Processing Toolbox functions you need to use to analyse your signals.

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