File Exchange Pick of the Week

How noisy are your images…revisited

Posted by Brett Shoelson,

ContentsCreate Noisy ImagesQuantifying NoiseTabulate ResultsInterpretations?Improving the analysisPlotting the resultsConclusionsSWAG!Brett's Pick this week includes nods to two readers, and a submission called Fast Noise Estimation in Images by Tolga Birdal.In my last post, back in September, I discussed several files for quantifying noise in images, without reference to a gold-standard image.... read more >>

Votebar 1

Posted by Sean de Wolski,

Sean's pick this week is votebar by paul koch. Paul's votebar is a nice utility for viewing cylindrical three dimensional bar plots like you would see after an election. ... read more >>

Simulink Dual Gravity Drained Tank

Posted by Will Campbell,

Will's pick this week is Simulink Dual Gravity Drained Tank by John Hedengren. How often do you find a File Exchange submission accompanied by a video tutorial? I've only explored a small fraction of all the content on the File Exchange, but in my limited sampling, I have to say that... read more >>

STOP! 3

Posted by Sean de Wolski,

Sean's pick this week is Display progress, pause or stop a time-consuming loop by Rafael Oliveira. Background It is not uncommon to see questions such asking "How do... read more >>

R2014b, New Graphics System, and Plot Gallery 2

Posted by Jiro Doke,

Jiro's pick this week is MATLAB Plot Gallery by Plot Gallery. This gallery, which hosts a collection of File Exchange entries showing various plotting examples, has been highlighted once before. I want to bring this up once... read more >>

Make Install 1

Posted by Sean de Wolski,

Sean's pick this week is makeinstall and Make Install Technology by Norbert Marwan. Contents ... read more >>

Interactively changing color axis

Posted by Jiro Doke,

Jiro's pick this week is Colormouse by Patrick. In addition to examining the actual values or creating line plots, you can get a lot of insight by visualizing data with color. MATLAB has a number of functions... read more >>

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