JeolRead - load Jeol ESR files

This script allows for the loading of cw-EPR Jeol files (*.esr) into the MATLAB environment for data analysis.

Syntax

JEOLREAD

When no inputs are selected a “point and click” interface guides the user through selecting a file

JEOLREAD ('/path/to/file')

With an input the script opens the selected file

JEOLREAD ('/path/to/file','plot')

With the second input argument as ‘plot’ the imported file is displayed automatically as a new figure

[x, y] = JEOLREAD (...)

The loaded file has the magnetic field loaded into ‘x’ and the intensity into ‘y’


This page previously appeared on morganbye.net[^1][^2][^3]

[^1:] http://morganbye.net/jeolread-load-jeol-esr-files [^2:] http://morganbye.net/eprtoolbox/jeolread-load-jeol-esr-files) [^3:] http://morganbye.net/uncategorized/2012/01/jeolread-load-jeol-esr-files

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