0.5.2 (2023-01-20)

  • Bugfix: Remove deprecated usage of np.int. (PR #409)

  • Bugfix: Switch to MathJax to fix equation rendering issues in the documentation. (PR #420)

  • Bugfix: read_comsol now allow for *, (, and ) in expressions and units. (PR #417, originally #393)

  • Bugfix: read_sofa now support reading files of conventions FIR-E and TF-E. (PR #415)

  • General: Update information on PyPI. (PR #427, originally #377)

0.5.1 (2022-10-28)

  • Bugfix: Allow setting of the sampling rate in GammatoneBands (PR #374)

  • Bugfix: Added GammatoneBands filter bank to concepts (PR #372)

0.5.0 (2022-10-13)

  • General

    • End support for Python 3.7 because it was deprecated in numpy functionality also used by pyfar (PR #350)

    • Deprecate read_wav and write_wav from the pyfar.io module in favor or read_audio and write_audio (PR# 310)

    • Deprecate the get_nearst_* functions from the Coordinates class in favor of find_nearest_* functions (PR #310)

    • Deprecate linear_sweep and exponential_sweep from the pyfar.signals module in favor or linear_sweep_time and exponential_sweep_time (PR #310)

    • Deprecate cryptic names in pyfar.dsp.filter module for more verbose names, e.g., butter was deprecated in favor of butterworth (PR #310)

    • Improved Documentation and bugfixes (PR #324, #354, #355)

  • Audio classes (Signal, TimeData, and FrequencyData)

    • Added matrix multiplication to arithmetic operations (PR #277)

    • Improved broadcasting and documentation for arithmetic operations (PR #318)

    • The data type is now automatically derived from the input. The parameter dtype was removed and the class structure improved (PR #344)

  • pyfar.dsp

    • Improved algorithm of minimum_phase for arbitrary impulse responses (PR #303)

    • Added resample function for sample rate conversions (PR #297, #321, #333)

    • Added find_impulse_response_start and find_impulse_response_delay to detect the time of arrival in impulse responses (PR # 203)

    • Added normalize function for time and frequency domain normalization (PR #323)

    • Added energy, power, and rms for computing energy measures in the time domain (PR #338)

    • Added time_shift function for applying linear and cyclic integer delays (PR #312)

    • Added fractional_time_shift function for applying linear and cyclic fractional delays (PR # 292)

    • Added fractional_octave_smoothing function (PR #297)

    • Added decibel function (PR #305, #322)

    • Added new mandatory parameter freq_range to deconvolve (PR #370)

    • Added average function for averaging channels (PR #330)

  • pyfar.dsp.filter

    • Added reconstructing auditory GammatoneBands filter bank (PR #327)

  • pyfar.signals

    • Improved flexibility and broadcasting of parameters for impulse and sine signals (PR #313)

  • pyfar.io

    • Added read_comsol and read_comsol_header to import data from COMSOL (PR #339)

    • Include updates incl. MP3 support from soundfile v0.11.0 for write_audio and read_audio (PR #365)

  • pyfar.plot

    • Time domain plots now always use seconds as the default unit. The previous default ‘auto’ caused unexpected behavior by changing the unit of already existing plots depending on the lengths of the Signal that was plotted last (PR #308)

  • Other

    • Test building the documentation using CI (PR #319, #348)

    • Fixed broken mybinder.org examples (PR #341)

    • Internal refactoring, documentation, and bug fixes (PR #326, #331, #352)

0.4.3 (2022-08-08)

  • Make python-soundfile an optional requirement due to unsupported architectures. Note that without python-soundfile common audio file format are no longer supported via pyfar.io (PR #334, #340).

  • Developer: Switch to CircleCI for continuous testing (PR #336).

0.4.2 (2022-05-20)

  • Bugfix: Sweep functions marked for deprecation had no return value.

0.4.1 (2022-04-08)

  • Bugfix: do not allow ‘flat’ shading parameter in 2D plot functions (PR #291)

0.4.0 (2022-03-02)

  • pyfar.plot

    • The plot module was largely extended by 2D color coded versions of the former line plot functions: time_2d, freq_2d, phase_2d, group_delay_2d, time_freq_2d, freq_phase_2d and freq_group_delay_2d. New shortcuts for interactive plots were added to cycle between line and 2D plots and to toggle between vertical and horizontal orientation of 2D plots. (PR #198, #273, #276)

    • The xscale parameter was replaced by the more explicit freq_scale parameter in all plot functions. It will be removed in pyfar 0.6.0 (PR #282)

  • pyfar.filter

    • Added cascaded shelving filters low_shelve_cascade and high_shelve_cascade used to generate filters with a user definable slope given in dB per octaves within a certain frequency region. (PR #284)

  • pyfar.Signal

    • Added a freq_raw property, which is the frequency spectrum without normalization. It enables easy access and reduces complexity in internal computations. (PR #274)

0.3.0 (2022-01-28)

  • More reasonable handling of FFT normalizations in arithmetic operations. This is a major change and might break backwards compatibility in some cases (although this is unlikely to happen, PR #253, #245, #235).

  • The documentation now contains concepts behind pyfar in a separate section. This makes the concepts easier to find and understand and the documentation of the classes and functions cleaner (PR #251, #243).

  • pyfar.dsp

    • Added convolve for convolution of signals in the time and frequency domain (PR #232)

    • Added deconvolve for frequency domain deconvolution with the optional regularization (PR #212)

    • functions in the filter module have more verbose names, e.g., ‘butterworth’ instead of ‘butter’. Functions with old names will be deprecated in pyfar 0.5.0 (PR #248).

    • time_window can now return the window to make it easier to inspect windows and apply windows multiple times (PR #247)

    • the dB parameters in spectrogram obsolete. They were thus removed and can be controlled in the plot function pyfar.plot.spectrogram instead (PR #258, #256).

  • pyfar.io

    • pyfar.io.read and pyfar.io.write can now handle Python built in data types (PR #205)

    • added read_audio and write_audio to support more types of audio files (based on the soundfile package). The old functions read_wav and write_wav will be deprecated in pyfar 0.5.0 (PR #234)

    • read_sofa can now also load SOFA files of DataType ‘TransferFunction’ (e.g. GeneralTF) and uses the sofar package (PR #254, #240).

  • pyfar.plot

    • Plots of the magnitude spectrum now use 10 as the new default log_prefix for calculating the level in dB for plotting Signals with the FFT normalizations 'psd' and 'power' (PR #260)

    • Improved handling of colorbar in pyfar.plot.spectrogram. A speparate axis for the colorbar can be passed to the function. The function can return the axis of the colorbar. (PR #216)

    • custom_subplot now returns axis handles (PR #237)

    • Frequency plots allow to show negative frequencies (PR #233)

  • Filter classes (pyfar.FilterFIR, pyfar.FilterIIR, pyfar.FilterSOS)

    • Rename the property shape to n_channels. pyfar Filter objects do not support multi-dimensional layouts (PR #102)

    • Filter states can now be saved to allow block-wise processing (PR #102)

    • The coefficients can now be set. This allows to mimic time variant systems in block-wise processing (PR #252)

    • Improved documentation (PR #252)

  • Audio classes (pyfar.Signal, pyfar.TimeData, pyfar.FrequencyData)

    • Make arithmetic operations available as pyfar.add, pyfar.subtract, etc. (PR # 230)

    • Remove fft normalizations from FrequencyData (PR #225)

  • pyfar.Coordinates and pyfar.Orientations

    • Renamed methods pyfar.Coordinates.get_nearest_* to pyfar.Coordinates.find_nearest_*. Old methods will be deprecated in pyfar 0.5.0 (PR #209)

    • The plots generated by Coordinates.show and Orientations.show now use the pyfar plot style (PR #169)

  • pyfar.signals

    • renamed pyfar.signals.linear_sweep to pyfar.signals.linear_sweep_time and pyfar.signals.exponential_sweep to pyfar.signals.exponential_sweep_time. Old functions will be deprecated in pyfar 0.5.0 (PR # 201)

  • CI: Only test wheels to save time during testing (PR #236)

  • Enhanced contributing guidelines (PR #239)

0.2.3 (2021-11-12)

  • Fix broken install on Python 3.9

0.2.2 (2021-11-05)

  • Removed dependency on pyfftw in favor of scipy.fft to support Python 3.9 and above (PR #227)

0.2.1 (2021-10-12)

  • Bugfix for left and right hand side arithmetic operators (PR #226)

0.2.0 (2021-06-01)

  • pyfar.dsp

    • added linear_phase (PR #176)

    • added minimum_phase (PR #185)

    • added zero_phase (PR #175)

    • added time_window (PR #178)

    • added pad_zeros (PR #184)

    • added time_shift (PR #186)

    • added InterpolateSpectrum (PR #187)

    • Unified the unit parameter in the pyfar.dsp module to reduce duplicate code. Unit can now only be samples or s (seconds) but not ms or mus (milli, micro seconds) (PR #194)

  • pyfar.dsp.filter

    • Add reconstructing fractional octave filter bank (PR #180)

    • Bugfix for mis-matching filter slopes in crossover filter (PR #174)

  • Refactored internal handling of filter functionality for filter classes (PR #190)

  • Added functionality to save/read filter objects to/from disk in pyfar.io.read and pyfar.io.write (PR #192, #182)

  • Improved unit tests

  • Improved documentation

0.1.0 (2021-04-11)

  • First release on PyPI