File Exchange Pick of the Week

Multiple-Colon 2

Posted by Sean de Wolski,

Sean's pick this week is mcolon by Bruno Luong. As some of you may know, I spend an unhealthy amount of time on MATLAB Answers browsing through... read more >>

Spy with color

Posted by Jiro Doke,

Jiro's pick this week is cspy by Hugo Gualdron. spy allows you to visualize sparse matrices: spy(bucky) (Anyone know how to get the Easter egg for the spy function?) spy is meant for displaying the... read more >>

Detecting circles in images, revisited

Posted by Brett Shoelson,

This week, Brett revisits the historical quest for a circle detection algorithm, and pays tribute to the File Exchange files and authors that led to MathWorks' to offer our own officially supported circle detection algorithm.I’ve been supporting MATLAB users as an application engineer for nearly 10 years now, and writing... read more >>

Automatic activity detection using Hilbert transform

Posted by Jiro Doke,

Jiro's pick this week is "Automatic enveloping, variance change and activity detection with Hilbert Transform" by Hooman Sedghamiz. This entry by Hooman brought back memories from my graduate school days. Back then, I was involved with experimental biomechanics. ... read more >>

Wing Designer

Posted by Will Campbell,

Will's pick this week is Wing Designer by John Rogers. Have you ever wanted to design your own aircraft? Think you could build something that would actually fly? John's Wing Designer gives you a chance to do just that without ever leaving your desktop. Wing Designer provides a user interface that... read more >>

2048 Algorithms 3

Posted by Jiro Doke,

Jiro's picks this week are 2048 algorithms submitted by Oliver Woodford, Athi Narayanan, and Viktor. 4 weeks ago, I posted this blog post asking people to submit algorithms for solving my 2048 App. I just want to say "WOW and Thanks!!" to... read more >>

Clean Up Your Simulink Model 3

Posted by Greg Wolff,

Greg's pick this week is BOT by Joerg Buchholz. Have you ever received a Simulink model that looked more like a bowl of spaghetti than a useful diagram where you could tell what was going on? Better... read more >>

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