It said that:
[pks,locs,w,p] = findpeaks(data) additionally returns the widths of the peaks as the vector w and the prominences of the peaks as the vector p.
w is the widths of the peaks as the vector w
I still unable to find out how they calculate the width.
In the example below:
x = linspace(0,1,1000);
Pos = [1 2 3 5 7 8]/10;
Hgt = [4 4 2 2 2 3];
Wdt = [3 8 4 3 4 6]/100;
for n = 1:length(Pos)
Gauss(n,:) = Hgt(n)*exp(-((x - Pos(n))/Wdt(n)).^2);
PeakSig = sum(Gauss);
Plot the individual curves and their sum
[pks,locs,w,p]= findpeaks(PeakSig,x,'MinPeakProminence', 2,'Annotate','extents','WidthReference','halfheight')
title('Signal Peak Widths')
Is the w is the width (half-height) and p is height as pointed in the plot?