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All menu items in this menu have something to do with the filelist and the storage of the signals.
This menu item simply loads data into the GUI (more precise: load a signal and save it to the temporary data directory). A line in the fileview will be added with its filename.
Write the marked signal in the fileview to disk.
Generate a signal from foreign formats like ASCII, Matlab Vector, Soundfiles etc. See signal class constructor reference (18.104.22.168) for more information.
Write the marked signal in the fileview to disk in a foreign format. See signal/write reference (22.214.171.124) for more information.
This menu item can generate signals. See mex/chaosys reference (6.6).
Plays a scalar signal as audio with the matlab function soundsc. If there is no sampling rate set in the signal 8KHz will be used.
Normally all files with the correct extension in the temporary directory are displayed in the filelist. For some reason it is possible that a signal is displayed in the filelist but doesnt exist (e. g. an other process deleted this file) or some files missing in the filelist (e. g. if you simply copy a signal file in the temporary directory without using the LOAD menu item). In such situation use the RESCAN menu item to let TSTOOL look up all files again correctly. This can take some time on slow machines or large signal files. Simply restarting the GUI will not make a rescan!
If you want to remove a filelist entry use this menu item or simply type Ctrl-d. The selected filelist entry will disappear and the corresponding temporary file will be deleted.
A signal stores many information about the data. This information can be displayed by this menu item.
Here you can choose the type of plot TSTOOL should use for your signal. See signal/view reference (126.96.36.199) for additional information.