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How do I perform mathematical convolution in Excel?
Does anyone know how to easily perform the mathematical operation of
convolution in Excel? Thanks! 
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How do I perform mathematical convolution in Excel?
Hello, FeynmanDiagram!
You wrote on Tue, 19 Dec 2006 07:46:01 0800: F Does anyone know how to easily perform the mathematical F operation of convolution in Excel? Thanks! Since convolution involves integration, numerically or theoretically, I suspect that it would best be done by a program other than Excel. Before I retired, I had Mathematica and MatLab available for that sort of thing but I can't bring myself to buy either of the very expensive programs just for personal interest. James Silverton Potomac, Maryland Email, with obvious alterations: not.jim.silverton.at.comcast.not 
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How do I perform mathematical convolution in Excel?
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http://groups.google.com/group/micro...d1646d344b3e8d  Gary's Student "FeynmanDiagram" wrote: Does anyone know how to easily perform the mathematical operation of convolution in Excel? Thanks! 
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How do I perform mathematical convolution in Excel?
Hello, FeynmanDiagram!
You wrote on Tue, 19 Dec 2006 07:46:01 0800: F Does anyone know how to easily perform the mathematical F operation of convolution in Excel? Thanks! Further to my earlier reply. If cost is a problem, symbolic algebra programs are available for Linux tho' I have not used any of them lately. MuPad is one that comes to mind. James Silverton Potomac, Maryland Email, with obvious alterations: not.jim.silverton.at.comcast.not 
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How do I perform mathematical convolution in Excel?
MuPad also runs under Windows
 Bernard Liengme www.stfx.ca/people/bliengme remove CAPS in email address "James Silverton" wrote in message ... Hello, FeynmanDiagram! You wrote on Tue, 19 Dec 2006 07:46:01 0800: F Does anyone know how to easily perform the mathematical F operation of convolution in Excel? Thanks! Further to my earlier reply. If cost is a problem, symbolic algebra programs are available for Linux tho' I have not used any of them lately. MuPad is one that comes to mind. James Silverton Potomac, Maryland Email, with obvious alterations: not.jim.silverton.at.comcast.not 
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How do I perform mathematical convolution in Excel?
F Does anyone know how to easily perform the mathematical
F operation of convolution in Excel? Thanks! Excel has an AddInn called "Data Analysis" that includes a Fourier Transform program. It surprisingly works quite well.  HTH :) Dana DeLouis Windows XP & Office 2003 "Bernard Liengme" wrote in message ... MuPad also runs under Windows  Bernard Liengme www.stfx.ca/people/bliengme remove CAPS in email address "James Silverton" wrote in message ... Hello, FeynmanDiagram! You wrote on Tue, 19 Dec 2006 07:46:01 0800: F Does anyone know how to easily perform the mathematical F operation of convolution in Excel? Thanks! Further to my earlier reply. If cost is a problem, symbolic algebra programs are available for Linux tho' I have not used any of them lately. MuPad is one that comes to mind. James Silverton Potomac, Maryland Email, with obvious alterations: not.jim.silverton.at.comcast.not 
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How do I perform mathematical convolution in Excel?
Thank you everyone for your responses.
Some general comments on the question of convolution in Excel: 1) I agree with everyone that said something to the effect of, "If you are serious about signal processing, you should be using some other program." I'll add to the list by saying that when I am "serious", I use IDL. 2) I was hoping to find a quick method to look at some curves. For quick plotting of data and seeing what is happening, I think Excel is hard to beat. For that purpose, I found Gary's Student's response very helpful. 3) In the end, here is what I did: a) I made a column with the time reversed kernel and named the relevant cells, "ker". b) I put the zero padded input signal in the next column. c) The next column contained array formulas of the form: {=SUM(ker*E18:E118)} d) Plot the output signal. So, I had a four column solution (Time, reversed kernel, input signal, output signal), which made it easy to see the effect of changing the kernel. Thanks again! "FeynmanDiagram" wrote: Does anyone know how to easily perform the mathematical operation of convolution in Excel? Thanks! 
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