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How to find the width of plotted graph at selected Y-axis level?

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I want to measure the width of each signal at the y-axis's 20(TE reflection efficiency). Could you please help me with that code?

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Rik
Rik on 19 Oct 2020
Your curves look like they have a relatively poor sampling. I would suggest using one of the interpolation functions. What did you try yourself?

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 19 Oct 2020
Try this:
lambda = linspace(0.4, 0.6); % Wavelength Vector
s = sinc(((0.47:0.02:0.55).' - lambda)*1E+2)*30; % Signal Matrix (Row Vectors)
for k = 1:size(s,1)
[maxv,idx] = max(s(k,:)); % Index Of Peak
idxv1 = idx+[-2 0];
lmda(k,1) = interp1(s(k,idxv1), lambda(idxv1), 21, 'pchip'); % Interpolate Rising Edge
idxv2 = idx+[0 2];
lmda(k,2) = interp1(s(k,idxv2), lambda(idxv2), 21, 'pchip'); % Interpolate Falling Edge
wdth(k) = lmda(k,2) - lmda(k,1); % Calculate Width
end
figure
hold on
for k = 1:size(s,1)
hp = plot(lambda, s(k,:));
plot(lmda(k,:), [1 1]*21, '+', 'Color',hp.Color) % Plot ‘+’ In Same Color As Signal
end
hold off
grid
Make appropriate changes to get my code to work with your signals. It may require some ‘tweaking’, however it should produce reasonable results.

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