Show the list of computed scales

:

Get the coefficient arrays as a list of rules:

With enough octaves and voices, the inverse transform gives an accurate reconstruction:

Extract coefficients corresponding to specific octaves and voices:

Extract a single coefficient array:

Extract all coefficients in the first octave using the pattern

:

Specify a list including both specific

and patterns:

Get coefficient arrays in different forms:

Get as a list of rules (default):

Get values only:

Get coefficients as small list plots:

Get an inverse transform of each coefficient array:

Combine forms:

Get sound wavelet coefficients as

Sound objects:

Extract properties of the wavelet transform data:

Number of octaves and voices, and wavelet used:

All available properties:

Use

ContinuousWaveletData in other wavelet functions:

Inverse transform:

Scalogram:

Apply an arbitrary function to each coefficient:

Set all coefficients matching a specified

to zero:

Compare scalograms:

Construct a

ContinuousWaveletData object from a list of rules giving coefficient arrays:

The result represents a range of octaves and voices including the specified coefficients:

The other coefficients are assumed to be zero:

Construct a

ContinuousWaveletData object using a specified wavelet:

The specified wavelet is used in the inverse transform:

Get properties of the continuous wavelet transform:

Wavelet and wavelet scale used:

Properties of transform coefficients, including number of octaves and voices:

List of all available

:

Numerical scales corresponding to each

:

Properties related to input data:

Data dimensions, number of audio channels, and sample rate:

Wrapper function that is automatically applied to the result of an inverse transform: