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jit.3m within javascript?


bd
December 16, 2009 | 7:14 pm

Is it possible to use jit.3m within javascript? Can’t find anything in the docs, but I am assuming not, given Luke’s stat functions in the example file, ‘jstable.js’….

Thanks,
bd


December 16, 2009 | 10:06 pm

If you notice in the jit.3m reference page, there are three gettable attributes: min, mean, max. Call matrixcalc method on the jit.3m object and then get the value you need. Something along the lines of:


var op3m = new JitterObject("jit.3m");

op3m.matrixcalc(inmat,null);

var themean = op3m.mean;



bd
December 17, 2009 | 12:33 am

Hi Joshua

I see… I’m using max 4.6/jitter 1.6 and had searched in the local html docs, which don’t have these params listed. Just found the new docs online.

Hope this works in 4.6/1.6. Will test this evening.

Thanks again,
bd


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