Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Now I understand that you are talking about FAQ 111.
You can use one of the harktool5-cui tools, harktoolcli-mat2csv, to convert the mat file that you want to look at to a csv file.
If you are using Windows version of HARK, then you should have it in your PC.
Type the following command in the Command Prompt:
If you are using Ubuntu version of HARK, then you need to install harktool5-cui by typing the following commands in the terminal:
sudo apt-get install harktool5
Then, you can use harktoolcli-mat2csv in your terminal.
We are sorry that we are not providing the document for harktool5-cui in English.
Instead, we have an update for you regarding the answer to FAQ 111.
We released harktool5-gui.
With harktool5-gui, you can visualize the transfer function.
1. Upload your transfer function in zip format on the top screen.
2. Display Transfer Function Screen.
3. Select ‘Localization/Separation’ for TF type.
4. Click on Graph Plot button.
You can check the document in the following link:
I hope I was able to answer to your question for this time.
Yuka, HARK Support Team