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7.2.4 Extending TSTOOL

Of course it's possible to extend TSTOOL with some custom functionality or to use parts of TSTOOL in your own m-files, just as with other toolboxes for Matlab.

7.2.4.1 How can I write a script to automatize common tasks ?

One way to obtain a script is to execute the desired analysis steps with one example signal. The output of this tasks will again be a signal that has stored the syntax of the executed steps in its description. Using the command

 
commandlines(result)
will give you this syntax. With copy and paste, it's possible to create a script file from that output.



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