The Shuffle CHOP reorganizes the samples in a set of channels.
Method - Chooses the operation "shuffle" performs:
- Swap Channels and Samples - Performs a channel transpose operation, by storing all samples at the same index in the same channel. If 25 channels are in the CHOP with a length of 33 samples, 33 channels will be created with a length of 25.
- Sequence Channels by Name - Sequence channels together that share the same alphabetic name, in the order of their number. (i.e. chan2, chan3 and chan1 would be sequenced in the order chan1, chan2, chan3).
- Sequence All Channels - Sequence all channels in the CHOP resulting in one long channel.
- Sequence N Channels - Sequence channels in groups of N together. For N=4, channels 0 to 3, 4 to 7, etc. will be sequenced.
- Sequence Every Nth Channel - Sequence every Nth channel together. For N=4, channels 0,4,8,.., 1,5,9,..., etc. will be sequenced.
- Split All Samples - Split every channel into channels of 1 sample, each containing a different sample from the original channel.
- Split N Samples - Split each channel into segments of N samples (specified below).
- Split Every Nth Sample - Take every Nth sample from the original to form N new channels.
For all splitting operations, channels will be numbered according to their segment number. (i.e. chan would be split into chan1, chan2, chan3, etc).
N Value - The value of N for Sequence: Every Nth Channel, Sequence N Channels, Split N Samples and Split Every Nth Sample.
Use First Sample Only - Just use the first sample of each channel.
Standard Options and Local Variables