# how can i align two arrays according to their clock

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song 2014년 10월 22일
댓글: song 2014년 10월 23일
i have 2 sets of data A and B . both A and B is a 4096*2 vector. the first col is data ,second col is Corresponding sample clock.
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i plot the data and it looks like Fig 1
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Fig1
I also plot the clock in Fig2
i want to align the data1 and data 2 according to their clok , how can i do.

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Matt Tearle 2014년 10월 22일
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If by "align the data" you mean you want both data1 values and data2 values at some common time values, then you will probably need to interpolate both vectors onto a time vector of your choosing. This could be a little tricky given that the first 1000 values of time(:,1) and time(:,2) are pretty much constant but not equal, but anyway, in general you want to do something like this:
N = 2000;
t = linspace(min(time(:)),max(time(:)),N); % make a vector of times
data1 = interp1(time(:,1),data(:,1),t); % interpolate first column of data onto t
data2 = interp1(time(:,2),data(:,2),t); % interpolate second column of data onto t
plot(t,data1)
hold on
plot(t,data2)
Now you have both data1 and data2 with N points, at the time values given in t. You can be fancier about how you make t, such as using intersect or union.
[If by "align" you just mean see them aligned on the plot, then just do what Orion suggested.]
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song 2014년 10월 23일
thank you i will try your method .

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Orion 2014년 10월 22일
just do :
plot(time,data)
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song 2014년 10월 23일
thank you ,but you misunderstood my mind.

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