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Implementation of Empirical Mode Decomposition (EMD) and its variations

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## Links

- HTML documentation: <>
- Issue tracker: <>
- Source code repository: <>

## Introduction

This is yet another Python implementation of Empirical Mode
Decomposition (EMD). The package contains many EMD variations and
intends to deliver more in time.

### EMD variations:
* Ensemble EMD (EEMD),
* Image decomposition (EMD2D),
* "Complete Ensemble EMD" (CEEMDAN)
* different settings and configurations of vanilla EMD.

*PyEMD* allows to use different splines for envelopes, stopping criteria
and extrema interpolation.

### Available splines:
* Natural cubic [default]
* Pointwise cubic
* Akima
* Linear

### Available stopping criteria:
* Cauchy convergence [default]
* Fixed number of iterations
* Number of consecutive proto-imfs

### Extrema detection:
* Discrete extrema [default]
* Parabolic interpolation

## Installation

### Recommended

Simply download this directory either directly from GitHub, or using
command line:

> \$ git clone <>

Then go into the downloaded project and run from command line:

> \$ python install

### PyPi

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

> \$ pip install EMD-signal

## Example

More detailed examples are included in the
[documentation]( or
in the

### EMD

In most cases default settings are enough. Simply import `EMD` and pass
your signal to instance or to `emd()` method.

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:
$S(t) = cos(22 \pi t^2) + 6t^2$


### EEMD

Simplest case of using Ensemble EMD (EEMD) is by importing `EEMD` and
passing your signal to the instance or `eemd()` method.

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 `CEEMDAN`.

from PyEMD import CEEMDAN
import numpy as np

s = np.random.random(100)
ceemdan = CEEMDAN()
cIMFs = ceemdan(s)

### EMD2D

Simplest case is to pass image as monochromatic numpy 2D array. As with
other modules one can use default setting of instance or more explicitly
use `emd2d()` method.

from PyEMD import EMD2D
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()
IMFs_2D = emd2d(img)

## Contact

Feel free to contact me with any questions, requests or simply saying
*hi*. It's always nice to know that I might have contributed to saving
someone's time or that I might improve my skills/projects.

Contact me either through gmail (laszukdawid @ gmail) or search me
favourite web search.

### Citation

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**. <>.

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