Spectral entropy of signal

returns the Spectral Entropy of
single-variable, single-column `se`

= pentropy(`xt`

)`timetable`

`xt`

as the `timetable`

`se`

. `pentropy`

computes the spectrogram
of `xt`

using the default options of
`pspectrum`

.

specifies additional properties using name-value pair arguments. Options include
instantaneous or whole-signal entropy, scaling by white noise entropy, frequency
limits, and time limits.`se`

= pentropy(___,`Name,Value`

)

You can use `Name,Value`

with any of the input arguments in
previous syntaxes.

`pentropy(___)`

either:

Plots the spectral entropy against time (

`Instantaneous`

is`true`

.)Outputs the scalar value for spectral entropy (

`Instantaneous`

is`false`

.)

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