Matlab Interface: Gravitational Radiation Toolbox

The Gravitational Radiation Toolbox provides a
Matlab interface to both GRASP and the Frame Library.
The toolbox consists of Matlab m-files and mex-files. The m-files are written
in Matlab's native language and are interpreted. The mex-files are written in
C and are compiled. The mex-files take input from the user via Matlab and
then format it and pass it to the corresponding GRASP routine. The GRASP
output is then formatted and passed back into Matlab. The function names and
calling methods have been made to resemble those of their corresponding GRASP
functions with the main difference being that the Matlab user need not be
concerned with memory management and pointers. These functions can be used
from the command line, within other m-files, or via a GUI front end called
`GRtool`. Currently the toolbox addresses only the detection and simulation
of gravitational radiation from binary inspirals.

When installing GRASP you have the option of installing the Gravitational Radiation Toolbox as well. If you have not done this see sections and for installation instructions.

- Using
`GRtool` - Functions
- Function:
`frextract` - Function:
`getfri` - Function:
`inspfilt` - Function:
`mxAvg_inv_spec` - Function:
`mxChirp_filters` - Function:
`mxCompute_match` - Function:
`mxCorrelate` - Function:
`mxDetector_site` - Function:
`mxFget_ch` - Function:
`mxFind_chirp` - Function:
`mxFreq_inject_chirp` - Function:
`mxGRcalibrate` - Function:
`mxGRnormalize` - Function:
`mxM_and_eta` - Function:
`mxMake_filters` - Function:
`mxMatch_cubic` - Function:
`mxOrthonormalize` - Function:
`mxPhase_frequency` - Function:
`mxSp_filters` - Function:
`mxSplitup` - Function:
`mxSplitup_freq` - Function:
`mxSplitup_freq2` - Function:
`mxTau_of_mass` - Function:
`mxTemplate_area` - Function:
`mxTime_inject_chirp` - Function:
`mxUrlopen`

- Function:
- Examples