Hi,
My name is Jennifer.Iam new to Matlab programming.Iam working on reducing the noise content in audio communication.Iam using Hamning codes for the same.I have a sample code with me,which iam uploading in a zip file.Iam unable to understand how it works.Can someone please explain me how the code is written,what it means and what the different plots mean and how to read them? I have trouble especially with the plots trying to understand them.

Being a beginner,Iam having a lot of trouble trying to understand.Iam trying to read Matlab tutorials at the same time but I have to finish up this work soon before the deadline.So can anyone be kind enough to help me through this please? I would greatly appreciate all the help I receive. Thank you in advance.
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 Recognitions: Gold Member Science Advisor Staff Emeritus The plots appear to be sound waveforms. The x-axis of each plot is the sample number, and the y-axis is the value of each sample. - Warren
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