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Re: Mathematica: how to set the format of binary numbers in plotting?


1.156 schrieb:
> I use BinaryReadList[filename, "Integer16"] to bring in an array of 
> numbers. I then do a bunch of operations on these numbers and then try 
> to plot them. They should be signed integers and interpreted in 2's 
> complement but apparently they have been converted to unsigned binary as 
> far as I can tell -- and the plots are horrible.
> 
> Can someone tell me how you can specify the interpretation (signed or 
> unsigned) of numbers before they are used in ListPlot[] ? Thanks.
> 
Try to play around with the option ByteOrdering:
BinaryReadList[filename, "Integer16", ByteOrdering->-1], if the file has
been written on a x86 machine (or any other Processor using little
endian) and ByteOrdering->1 for the others.

Hope this helps,
Peter

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Peter Pein
Berlin
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