The CSP Blog has been getting lots of new visitors these past few months; welcome to all!
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Helping the Signal Processing Community with the CSP Blog
I’ve received several comments and some email lately asking for code that reproduces some of the figures in the posts on the spectral correlation function, cyclic autocorrelation function, and cyclic cumulants. I don’t generally give out code that implements the estimators or even that just plots estimates.
This is mostly a self-help blog. I do spend time answering questions and helping debug readers’ code. I think writing the code yourself, though painful, is the way to learn CSP. And if you learn it well, then you can use it correctly, and I look good too.
New Rule for Getting My Help
I’m also going to use a new rule for providing help. I won’t give advice, answer technical questions, or help debug your code until after you post at least one comment to the blog. So if you start with sending me an email, then you’ll not get the help. This rule will help others benefit from your work.
Since this is a “Blog Notes” post, I also invite you to leave any suggestions for blog improvement or new topics in the comments.