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Topic: difference between xcorr and crosscorr?
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Steven Lord

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Re: difference between xcorr and crosscorr?
Posted: Feb 7, 2012 9:42 AM
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"ImageAnalyst" <> wrote in message
> I don't see crosscorr() - is that in some particular toolbox? Where
> did you get it?

It's in Econometrics Toolbox.

while XCORR is in Signal Processing Toolbox.

One difference I see between them at first glance is what they return and
what options they allow. Signal Processing Toolbox just returns the
correlations and lags while allowing the user to specify a normalization
method, while Econometrics Toolbox returns correlations, lags, and
confidence bounds but does not allow the user to specify a normalization

Steve Lord
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