NFL Colors

Posted by Sean de Wolski,

Sean's pick this week is nflcolor by Alan Bindemann. Let's take this plain old boring football and turn it into one with some team colors:football = imread('football.jpg'); imshow(football); Segment the football... read more >>

GISMO Toolbox – Seismic Data Analysis in MATLAB

Posted by Loren Shure,

Today's guest pick of the week from Loren is GISMO. GISMO is one of the success stories for community developed tools. Currently spearheaded by Glenn Thompson and Celso Reyes, with previous involvement from Mike West, it is a toolbox widely... read more >>

Snake Algorithm

Posted by Will Campbell,

Will's pick this week is Snake Algorithm by Iman. How often do you find a File Exchange contribution with a YouTube video? A video can be a wonderfully effective way to explain a concept. In less than 3 minutes, it enabled Iman to teach me everything I needed to know about... read more >>

Does your origin go through zero?

Posted by Jiro Doke,

Jiro's post this week is a short one letting everyone know that one of the many new features of R2015b, which came out a couple of months ago, is the ability to make the X and Y axes go through the origin. For many years, people have provided custom functions... read more >>

Enigma 3

Posted by Sean de Wolski,

Sean's pick this week is Enigma by Matt Brauer and the Engima MATLAB Team. Contents ... read more >>

Floating Bubbles 2

Posted by Jiro Doke,

Jiro's pick this week is Bubblegum Plot by Job.A fun post for you guys this week. As soon as I saw this entry, which creates bubblegum-looking scatter plots, I wanted to make this floating bubbles animation. I modified Job's entry a little bit to return a handle of patch objects,... read more >>

Word Data Visualization

Posted by Sean de Wolski,

Sean's pick this week is Word Data Visualization by Jenny. Have you ever wanted to visualize what words make up a story or other written document? One way to... read more >>


Posted by Guest Picker,

Richard is an Application Engineer at MathWorks focused on the Embedded Coder product for code generation, primarily in the Aerospace industry. ... read more >>

Comparing multiple histograms 1

Posted by Jiro Doke,

Jiro's pick this week is "Comparing Multiple Histograms" by Jonathan C. Lansey.One of the things you may want to do when analyzing two sets of data is comparing their distributions. There are various ways to do this. One is to fit each data set to a particular distribution using the... read more >>

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