John wrote:

> The new improved graph is here:

John thank you for paying attention to these things and I need that sorta focus on details. However that being said, the plots are padded:

[Array Padding](http://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/ArrayPad.html)

This is so since the mathematics needs powers of 2 size data (plus 1?) and most data are not.

So I use the extrapolated for 1-D time series (I could change that),for 2D scalograms I use NONE, you have these options for {a,b,c} as sample data:

"Periodic":

{c, a, b, c, a, b, c, a, b, c, a}

"Reversed":

{c, c, b, a, a, b, c, c, b, a, a}

"ReversedNegation":

{c, -c, -b, -a, a, b, c, -c, -b, -a, a}

"Reflected":

{a, b, c, b, a, b, c, b, a, b, c}

"ReflectedDifferences":

{2 a + b - 2 c, 2 a - c, 2 a - b, a, b, c, -b + 2 c, -a + 2 c, -2 a + b + 2 c}

"Extrapolated"

{4 a - 3 b, 3 a - 2 b, 2 a - b, a, b, c, -b + 2 c, -2 b + 3 c, -3 b + 4 c}

> The new improved graph is here:

John thank you for paying attention to these things and I need that sorta focus on details. However that being said, the plots are padded:

[Array Padding](http://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/ArrayPad.html)

This is so since the mathematics needs powers of 2 size data (plus 1?) and most data are not.

So I use the extrapolated for 1-D time series (I could change that),for 2D scalograms I use NONE, you have these options for {a,b,c} as sample data:

"Periodic":

{c, a, b, c, a, b, c, a, b, c, a}

"Reversed":

{c, c, b, a, a, b, c, c, b, a, a}

"ReversedNegation":

{c, -c, -b, -a, a, b, c, -c, -b, -a, a}

"Reflected":

{a, b, c, b, a, b, c, b, a, b, c}

"ReflectedDifferences":

{2 a + b - 2 c, 2 a - c, 2 a - b, a, b, c, -b + 2 c, -a + 2 c, -2 a + b + 2 c}

"Extrapolated"

{4 a - 3 b, 3 a - 2 b, 2 a - b, a, b, c, -b + 2 c, -2 b + 3 c, -3 b + 4 c}