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src/c/h/chirp-1.2.2/chirp/misc/pitchstats.py   chirp(Download)
    def __init__(self, configfile=None, **kwargs):
        """ Initialize the object with a config file """
        from chirp.common import postfilter
        self.readconfig(configfile)
        self.options.update(kwargs)

src/c/h/chirp-1.2.2/chirp/split/csplit.py   chirp(Download)
    def __init__(self, configfile=None, **kwargs):
        self.readconfig(configfile)
        self.options.update(kwargs)
 
    def splitfile(self, wavfile, lblfile, cout=None):

src/c/h/chirp-1.2.2/chirp/pitch/tracker.py   chirp(Download)
        Otherwise the ranges need to be specified in relative units.
        """
        self.readconfig(configfile)
        self.options.update(kwargs)
        try:

src/c/h/chirp-1.2.2/chirp/misc/plotpitch.py   chirp(Download)
    def __init__(self, configfile=None):
        self.readconfig(configfile)
 
    def plot_spectrogram(self, ax, spec, extent):
        from matplotlib import cm

src/c/h/chirp-1.2.2/chirp/common/signal.py   chirp(Download)
    def __init__(self, configfile=None, **kwargs):
        self.readconfig(configfile)
        self.options.update(kwargs)
 
    def linspect(self, signal, Fs, nfft=None):

src/c/h/chirp-1.2.2/chirp/common/postfilter.py   chirp(Download)
        applies to the maximum of the two interchain SDs. In Hz.
        """
        self.readconfig(configfile)
        self.options.update(kwargs)
 

src/c/h/chirp-1.2.2/chirp/common/geom.py   chirp(Download)
        boxmask:  treat polygons as intervals and cut out all frequencies
        """
        self.readconfig(configfile)
        self.options.update(kwargs)