EECS 559 Data
To get to the data in foo.tar.Z, type
"uncompress foo.bar.Z" and then "tar -xvf
foo.tar" on a Unix system. On a windows system there are
free packages out there that will also work, such as
"7-Zip." In most cases, ASCII and Matlab versions are
available. To load into Matlab use either "dlmread"
(ASCII) or "load" (.mat).
- Steven Kay's Test
See pp. 11-16 of his text. Both real and complex
- Larry Marple's
See pp. 16-17 and 476-477 of his text.
- Larry Marple's
International monthly average sunspot numbers. The
numbers are not unique, but represent the average of many
subjective observers' estimates using the over 200 year
old method of estimating the sunspot numbers. Yearly
numbers prior to 1749 are guesses and are given for
historical reasons. See pp. 13-16 of his text.
- Lee Potter's
Test your recognition skill on this synthetic mystery
- A-E-I-O-U (JooSeuk)
English vowels in succession sampled at 8kHz.
- Mystery Tone
Nonstationary signal composed of a succession of
short-duration sinusoids of constant frequency. See pp.
97-100 of the book Computer-Based Exercises for Signal
Processing, by C. S. Burrus, et al.
- Caruso (Jason)
Output of a simulated old grammophone with white noise
input. (Lee Potter)
Array processing in the ancient Mayan civilization. As
seen in National Geographic. Signal consists of
seven sinusoids embedded in AR(1) noise (with pole at
z=0.8). The SNR is approximately 6dB.
- Gas Turbine (Nandita)
Accelerometer data from several revolutions of this large
rotating machine. Three signals corresponding to three
different operating speeds: 15, 49, and 73 Hz.
- Mumps Data
Number of mumps cases reported monthly in California and
Massachusetts from 1968-1988. Taken from StatLib
- Disease Data, 1991
- Russian River
Mean daily flow rate (in cubic ft/sec) of the Russian
River near Healdsburg, CA, from 1 November 1939 to 31
October 1993. Files for each 1 February, 1 May, 1 August,
and 1 November are provided, as well as the entire data
set and a couple of C-language widgets for manipulating
it. This data is from the U.S. Geological Survey's Water
Resources page; plenty more
data is available there.
- Basketball Season
Game-to-game Basketball scores for two NBA teams in the
1995-96 season up to 7 February 1996. Data for the
Chicago Bulls and the Houston Rockets. First column of
each data matrix holds the team score; second column
holds the opponent's score.
- Dow Jones
Weekly closing prices of the DJIA over the 94-year period
- US Gross Domestic
GDP = Total value of goods and services produced annually
in the USA. Data from 1959 through 1994 in billions of
- Bat Chirp
Echolocation chirp of the Large Brown Bat, Eptesicus Fuscus.
Raw and processed data from various computer networks.
Snow and Ice Data Center
Send me any suggestions for other datasets.
Thanks to Rich
Baraniuk for assembling and organizing this data.