CorrMon - Looks at correlations between channels

Synopsis:   Measure interchannel correlations and optionally estimate linear
response functions and `clean' one channel on the basis of these estimates.

Basic usage: "CorrMon -conf config_file".   Type "CorrMon -?" or "CorrMon -help" f
or full usage instructions

Channels monitored: one `signal' channel plus numerous `environmental' channels
        as specified in configuration file (see below)

Meta-database triggers (can be suppressed with -notrig):

        Name:          CorrMon

        Subtypes:    `Environmental' Channel for which threshold is exceeded

DMT viewer plots:

       Pairwise correlation of `signal' channel with each `environmental' channel

       Total correlation of `signal' channel with all  `environmental' channels

       TSeries and FSpectrum of `signal' channel

       TSeries and FSpectrum of cleaned `signal' channel if `cleaning' requested (see
              configuration file below).

Log file:
 

Summary file:

Configuration file: The configuration file has the following structure:
                    # Comments (start with a #)
                    # More comments...
                    # Last comment
    Line 1:     descriptor
    Line 2:     correlation width
    Line 3:     sampling time
    Line 4:     window: 0=no, 1=yes
    Line 5:     no of sample times to average
    Line 6:     rho2 trigger threshold
    Line 7:     lower frequency plotted (only applies to eps output)
    Line 8:     upper frequency plotted (only applies to eps output)
    Line 9:     should we clean: 0=no, 1=yes
   Line 10:    number of channels
   Line 11:    signal channel    frequency
   Line 12:    first environmental channel    frequency
    ...
   Line 10+number of channels: last environmental channelfrequency

The fields above have the following meanings:

descriptor: A character string describing the run, used for
    naming intermediate directories and files and the root canvases
number of channels: Number of channels including the signal
sample time: The period in seconds over which correlations are sought.
signal/environmental channel: The name of the signal/environmental
    channel between which correlations are sought.
frequency:The sample rate of the channel
clean: Set to 1 if you want a best estimate of the `true' spectrum
    based on a knowledge of correlations gleaned, 0 otherwise.
 
 
 
 

Author:

       Adrian Ottewill <Adrian.Ottewill@ucd.ie>
       +353-1-716-8259
       University College Dublin