Implementation of the Empirical Mode Decomposition (EMD) and its variations
- HTML documentation: https://pyemd.readthedocs.org
- Issue tracker: https://github.com/laszukdawid/pyemd/issues
- Source code repository: https://github.com/laszukdawid/pyemd
This is yet another Python implementation of Empirical Mode Decomposition (EMD). The package contains many EMD variations and intends to deliver more in time.
- Ensemble EMD (EEMD),
- "Complete Ensemble EMD" (CEEMDAN)
- different settings and configurations of vanilla EMD.
- Image decomposition (EMD2D & BEMD) (experimental)
PyEMD allows to use different splines for envelopes, stopping criteria and extrema interpolation.
- Natural cubic [default]
- Pointwise cubic
Available stopping criteria:
- Cauchy convergence [default]
- Fixed number of iterations
- Number of consecutive proto-imfs
- Discrete extrema [default]
- Parabolic interpolation
Simply download this directory either directly from GitHub, or using command line:
$ git clone https://github.com/laszukdawid/PyEMD
Then go into the downloaded project and run from command line:
$ python setup.py install
Packaged obtained from PyPi is/will be slightly behind this project, so some features might not be the same. However, it seems to be the easiest/nicest way of installing any Python packages, so why not this one?
$ pip install EMD-signal
In most cases default settings are enough. Simply import
EMD and pass
your signal to instance or to
from PyEMD import EMD import numpy as np s = np.random.random(100) emd = EMD() IMFs = emd(s)
The Figure below was produced with input: $S(t) = cos(22 \pi t^2) + 6t^2$
Simplest case of using Ensemble EMD (EEMD) is by importing
passing your signal to the instance or
from PyEMD import EEMD import numpy as np s = np.random.random(100) eemd = EEMD() eIMFs = eemd(s)
As with previous methods, there is also simple way to use
from PyEMD import CEEMDAN import numpy as np s = np.random.random(100) ceemdan = CEEMDAN() cIMFs = ceemdan(s)
The package contain a simple visualisation helper that can help, e.g., with time series and instantaneous frequencies.
import numpy as np from PyEMD import EMD, Visualisation t = np.arange(0, 3, 0.01) S = np.sin(13*t + 0.2*t**1.4) - np.cos(3*t) # Extract imfs and residue # In case of EMD emd = EMD() emd.emd(S) imfs, res = emd.get_imfs_and_residue() # In general: #components = EEMD()(S) #imfs, res = components[:-1], components[-1] vis = Visualisation() vis.plot_imfs(imfs=imfs, residue=res, t=t, include_residue=True) vis.plot_instant_freq(t, imfs=imfs) vis.show()
Unfortunately, this is Experimental and we can't guarantee that the output is meaningful.
The simplest use is to pass image as monochromatic numpy 2D array. Sample as
with the other modules one can use the default setting of an instance or, more explicitly,
from PyEMD import EMD2D #, BEMD import numpy as np x, y = np.arange(128), np.arange(128).reshape((-1,1)) img = np.sin(0.1*x)*np.cos(0.2*y) emd2d = EMD2D() # BEMD() also works IMFs_2D = emd2d(img)
Feel free to contact me with any questions, requests or simply to say hi. It's always nice to know that I one's work have eased others and saved someone's time. Contributing to the project is also acceptable.
Contact me either through gmail (laszukdawid @ gmail) or search me through your favourite web search.
If you found this package useful and would like to cite it in your work please use following structure:
Dawid Laszuk (2017-), Python implementation of Empirical Mode Decomposition algorithm. http://www.laszukdawid.com/codes.
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