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Like Anders Sandberg mentioned in his comment, the Fourier transform (fft function in MATLAB) returns a vector of complex numbers. When you try to plot that, you will end up with its representation on the complex plane, where the x-axis is the real part and the y-axis is the imaginary part. If you would like to plot that as magnitude against frequency you ...


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I figured that I was using the wrong format, the detailed format of .SKF files is given here The correct extracted parameterization profile is given below:


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We have been developing and maintaining a python library to do symbolic calculations for General Relativity, among other things. Check out the "symbolic" module of EinsteinPy and also give a look at the various examples.


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