praat_plot(), you can create plots of the waveform
and spectrogram of a sound file, and add annotation from a TextGrid
Start by loading the package if you haven’t already.
The minimal plot includes a waveform and a spectrogram of a sound file.
# The sound file. <- system.file("extdata", "vowels.wav", package = "speakr") wav praat_plot("vowels.png", wav, end = 3, tg = FALSE)
You can include annotation from a TextGrid file. You can specify the
path to the TextGrid with the
tg argument. If
tg is set to
NULL (the default) the function
will search for a TextGrid file with the same base name as the wav file,
and if it finds one it will add it to the plot.
praat_plot("vowels-tg.png", wav, end = 3, tg = NULL)
You can add a track of f0 by setting
f0 = TRUE.
praat_plot("vowels-tg-f0.png", wav, end = 3, tg = NULL, f0 = TRUE)
Due to the extreme flexibility of the Praat plotting facilities, it is not that straightforward to include all the possible parameters in a single function.
If you would like to customise the plot further, you can run
use_praat_plot_script("plot.praat") which will copy the
Praat plotting script used in
praat_plot() on disk (in the
path you specify in the function), so that you can make any changes to
the script and then run it with
praat_run() as you would
with any other Praat script.
To include a plot created with
praat_plot() you can use