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# WaveletMatrixPlot

 WaveletMatrixPlot[dwd] plots the basis tree of wavelet matrix coefficients in the DiscreteWaveletData dwd. WaveletMatrixPlotplots coefficients up to refinement level r. WaveletMatrixPlotapplies func to coefficients before plotting.
• The wavelet indices used in the Automatic setting are given by dwd["BasisIndex"].
 Axes True whether to draw axes Frame None whether to draw a frame FrameTicks Automatic where to draw frame ticks GridLines Automatic whether to draw grid lines PerformanceGoal \$PerformanceGoal aspects of performance to try to optimize PlotLayout Automatic what layout to use for the plot
• With the setting GridLines, grid lines are drawn between adjacent coefficient matrices.
• With the setting Method, the inverse transform of each coefficient array will be plotted.
Plot wavelet matrix coefficients in a pyramid layout:
Plot wavelet matrix coefficients in a grid layout:
Plot a full tree of wavelet packet coefficients at different refinement levels:
Plot wavelet matrix coefficients in a pyramid layout:
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Plot wavelet matrix coefficients in a grid layout:
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Plot a full tree of wavelet packet coefficients at different refinement levels:
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 Scope   (11)
DiscreteWaveletTransform of matrix data:
Plot matrix wavelet coefficients in a hierarchical grid with wavelet index as a tooltip:
The plotted coefficients are the Automatic coefficients used in the inverse transform:
Use WaveletMatrixPlot to plot coefficients only up to refinement level r:
The hierarchical layout corresponds to the tree structure of the wavelet coefficients:
The DiscreteWaveletData object contains a full tree of coefficients at each level:
Default Automatic coefficients for packet transform correspond to the highest refinement level:
WaveletBestBasis computes a different Automatic tree of coefficients:
Specify a function f to apply to wavelet coefficients before plotting:
layout is used to plot coefficients from StationaryWaveletTransform:
Include a frame:
Place ticks indicating refinement level on all sides:
Specify an overall style for grid lines separating wavelet coefficients:
Data need not be square:
Plot rectangular coefficients in a hierarchical grid layout:
DiscreteWaveletTransform of complex data:
Specify a real-valued function to apply to complex data before plotting:
By default, Re is applied:
 Options   (9)
Plot with no axes:
Specify a function to determine the colors of coefficients:
Use a named color function:
Include a frame:
Draw no frame ticks:
Draw frame ticks indicating refinement level on all sides:
Draw frame ticks only on the specified sides:
Draw tick marks at the specified positions:
Draw tick marks at the specified positions with the specified labels:
Plot without drawing grid lines separating coefficients:
Draw only horizontal grid lines:
Specify an overall style for grid lines separating wavelet coefficients:
Specify separate styles for horizontal and vertical grid lines:
Draw no ticks on axes:
Draw ticks on the vertical axis only:
Draw tick marks at the specified positions with the specified labels:
Inverse transform each coefficient before plotting:
Inverse transform coefficients from stationary wavelet transform:
Inverse transform coefficients from lifting wavelet transform:
WaveletMatrixPlot plots matrix wavelet coefficients in a hierarchical grid layout:
gives each coefficient as a separate matrix plot:
WaveletMatrixPlot plots the Automatic coefficients used in the inverse transform:
WaveletBestBasis selects a different default tree of coefficients:
WaveletImagePlot shows image wavelet coefficients in a hierarchical grid:
WaveletScalogram plots vector coefficients with numerical magnitude indicated by color:
WaveletListPlot plots vector coefficients with a common horizontal or vertical axis:
Wavelet coefficients from stationary wavelet transform cannot be plotted using pyramid layout:
Pyramid layout cannot be constructed for inverse transformed wavelet coefficients:
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