compile_mexas part of the
installscript, but the TISEAN package binaries need to be compiled separately in the command line.
doc mexfor more information).
systemcommands, so the TISEAN binaries cannot be installed from within Matlab, but instead must be installed from the command line. If you are running Linux or Mac, we will assume that you are familiar with the command line, while those running Windows will require an alternate method to install TISEAN, as explained below.
./configure –prefix=/usr). Additional information about the TISEAN installation process is provided on the TISEAN website.
which poincareshould return the path to the TISEAN function
poincare. Otherwise, you should check that the install directory is in your system path, e.g., by adding the following:
source ~/.bash_profileto update).
startup.m, assuming that the binaries are stored in ~/bin. The
startup.mcode also adds the DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH, which is also required for TISEAN to function properly.
getenv('PATH')in Matlab), then you will have to add this path manually. You can test that Matlab can see the TISEAN binaries by typing, for example, the following into Matlab:
systemcommands and find compiled TISEAN binaries. There are two options:
matlab &. This instance of Matlab should then be able to call
systemcommands through cygwin, including the ability to access the TISEAN binaries.
INP_ops.txtfile when initializing your dataset, or you could remove them from your initialized hctsa dataset by filtering on the
HCTSA.mat), you can use the following:
TS_LocalClearRemove('raw','ops',TS_GetIDs('tisean','raw','ops'),true);, which will remove all operations with the 'tisean' keyword from the hctsa dataset in