plot_lindemann1986(crosscorr,t,f,tstr); plot_lindemann1986(crosscorr,t,f); plot_lindemann1986(crosscorr,t,tstr); plot_lindemann1986(crosscorr,t);

crosscorr |
cross-correlation matrix, output from the lindemann function |

t |
time vector of the analysed stimuli (used for t axis) |

`plot_lindemann1986(crosscorr,t)` plots the cross-correlation output from the
lindemann function as a so called binaural activity map. This means the
correlation value is plotted depending on time of the stimulus and
the correlation-time delay. *t* is the time axis of the plot. *f* determines
the frequency channel to plot by using the channel in which the
frequency *f* belongs.

If *crosscorr* has more than one time step a 3D activity map is plotted, else
a 2D plot of the cross-correlation is done.

The function takes the following flags at the end of the line of input arguments:

'fc',fc |
plot only the frequency channel with its center frequency is nearest to the frequency f. The default value of [] means to plot the mean about all frequency channels |

'title',t |
display t as the title overriding the default. |

You may also supply the parameters in the input arguments in the
following order: `plot_lindemann1986(crosscorr,t,fc)`