Dec 142017
 
SA is a program for performing Fourier and time series analysis.
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SA is a program for performing Fourier and time series analysis.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
DEMO.DAT 6912 1039 deflated
JEFF.PRN 21990 4892 deflated
METAWNDO.EXE 88679 45855 deflated
READ.ME 2074 1024 deflated
ROMANTRI.FNT 8364 3471 deflated
SA.000 5632 3093 deflated
SA.001 3072 1406 deflated
SA.002 12544 4391 deflated
SA.COM 48766 23829 deflated
SA.HLP 9897 3208 deflated
SA.MSG 2294 850 deflated
SA87.BAT 13 13 stored

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Contents of the READ.ME file


- SA -

SPECTRUM ANALYSIS


I. INTRODUCTION

SA is a program for performing Fourier and time series analysis.
SA is file based in that data files may be retrieved and saved
for manipulation by other programs. A limited function
generating and plotting capability are also included. Context
sensitive help is available by pressing [F1].

II. HARDWARE REQUIRED

An 80X86 based system with a 80X87 numeric coprocessor is
required. SA uses dynamic memory allocation for newly created
data, so the larger the computer's memory the more variables
which may be present simultaneously. A warning is issued if the
selected operation will require more memory than available. Most
graphics are supported and selected by run-time hardware
detection.

III. QUICK DEMO

1. Invoke the program via entering SA87. This will execute a
batch file to load the graphics device driver and then run the
main program.

2. At the opening screen, press [F1] for a quick introduction.

3. Press [ENTER].

4. The menu cursor will be on "Data". Select "Data" by pressing
[ENTER] or the letter "D".

5. The menu cursor will now be on "Retrieve". Select "Retrieve"
by pressing [ENTER] or the letter "R".

6. At the prompt for variable name enter an arbitrary name such
as "x".

7. At the prompt for file name. Enter "DEMO". The data file
"DEMO.DAT" will now be loaded.

8. Press [ESC] or "Q" to get back to the main menu.

9. Press the letter "G" to select "Graph".

10. At the prompt for variable #, enter "1".

11. The graph of the function "x" should now be displayed.

12. Press any key to return to the main menu.

IV. This program was originally developed for general interest,
but has proven to be a valuable tool. I have grown tired of
doing any more work on it now. If there is any interest in
expanding the program's capability, or any bug reports, please
leave a message for Tom Hardy at the Dallas RBBS-PC (214) 931-
1834.


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