The Matimbre Toolbox for use with Matlab is a collection of functions which aim to provide tools for timbre analysis. The toolbox supports a wide range of timbre descriptors characterizing either temporal, spectral or spectro-temporal aspects of sounds.
A framework to run MATLAB programs as batch jobs. Features a structured input description, integrity constraints and GUI.Independent parts of a job can execute in parallel on a cluster computer. Developed at Freiburg Brain Imaging (FBI) - http://fbi.uniklinik-freiburg.de/
Dynamically creates MATLAB path and updates code repositories
A startup function for MATLAB that dynamically adds MATLAB m files, Java folders and .jar archives in user-defined folders and optionally updates any subversion or git working copies found.
This project is a lab prototype of MEG default mode network in MATLAB.
Default mode network (DMN) or task negative network (TNN) may provide useful information on state of brain. Normal brain is constantly busy and demonstrates a network of synchronized activity at distinct brain regions. Trauma, injury, or resection ruptures this natural network of neuronal connectivity, subsequently altering the default scheme of synchronized activation. This utility is designed to quickly analyze and visualize the default mode network, at current state of brain, for MEG data acquired from any subject. Customization of threshold and sampling rate, followed by complete circular visualizations for quick clinical references are a plus. The program is primarily designed to facilitate clinicians, and researchers. The researchers can further analyze, if required, using the MAT file stored from the last analysis. Moreover, the framework can be used to estimate functional connectivity while performing any particular task.
This program has been written having in mind to create an useful tool to evaluate the Motor Evoked Potentials (MEPs) generated by Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and recorded with the program "Signal" (version 2.xx).
Matlab toolbox to run a GLM on graph theoretic properties in MRI data
This Matlab toolbox runs a GLM on graph theoretic network properties in brain networks. The GLM accepts continuous & categorical between-participant predictors and categorical within-participant predictors. Significance is determined via non-parametric permutation tests. The toolbox allows testing of both fully connected and thresholded networks (based on a range of thresholds). The toolbox also provides a data processing path for resting state fMRI data. Several options for partialing nuisance signals are available, including local and total white matter signal (Jo et al., 2013), calculation of Saad et al. (2013)'s GCOR, and the use of Chen et al. (2012) GNI method to determine whether global signal partialing is needed. In addition, Power et al. (2014)'s motion scrubbing method is available.
MILT is designed to facilitate research in imitation learning through first-person computer games. Featuring strategic, tactical and reactive modules, it allows developers to work with their preferred games or take advantage of integrated Quake2 support.
Malimpa stands for MAtlab Library for IMage Processing and Analysis. It provides functions for 2D/3D grascale/color image creation, filtering, or measurement. It requires, and complements Matlab Image Processing Toolbox. Important notice: the project is now hosted in GitHub, https://github.com/dlegland/matImage
Load and manipulate Picarro data files with Matlab or GNU Octave
A collection of m-files to load and manipulate Picarro data files with Matlab or GNU Octave.
This project intended to help teacher to prepare test works on math-based subjects. The engine is matlab-based program able to generate tasks in TeX format. The main feature is ability to form tasks with answers from TeX-templates with random initial dat
A collection of functions, in the end to be wrapped in a gui, that allow users to analyze networks from global (eigenvector centrality) and local (degree dist, statistical significance) perspectives. Implemented in matlab.
The Matlab SRTM Library is designed to be an easy-to-use interface for importing and manipulating NASA's Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) Digital Elevation Model (DEM) dataset.
A Latex package, that allows to include Matlab code into a Latex document to generate plots and calculate data. Matlab has to be installed.
A similarity-free approach to compare the diversity of environmental viral communities
An Octave / LUA scripting language project dedicated to modeling electric motors inside the "Finite Element Method Magnetics" (FEMM) 2-D simulation program. Created to design a motor that fits inside a car wheel, experimenting in many degrees of freedo
NF2FF is a MATLAB script, which implements a near field to far field transformation for near field antenna measurement setups.
A matlab model of the neonatal rat cardiac action potential
NodeWeaver is a tool for generating SystemML Neuronal Networks from Neuronal Network descriptions (these technologies are nascent, so no links yet...). Intended use is to generate SystemML NNs for later execution using a SystemML simulator (e.g. BRAHMS).
Nounou is a Java library for handling optical imaging data. The core consists of a modular stream of "filter blocks" that each modify or display the data. It is easily called from Mathematica and Matlab, for advanced figure output.
The class libraries here provide infrastructure for creating simulations of low energy nuclear physics experiments, as well as some useful working programs that do simple simulations and analysis of experiments performed with magnetic spectrographs.
A Matlab based project for tracking cell nuclei in 3D space over time from live imaging data. (Sample images and lineage data are available under "Files".)
Portable OS X FOSS applications
OS X FOSS portable applications are packaged so you can carry around on any portable device, USB thumb drive, iPod, portable hard drive, memory card, other portable device (or also on your internal hard disk), taking your preferences with you.
An open-source script that generates tree-structured paper repository in HTML format. It is based on Bibtex files which can be directly used for scientific writing.
An open-source OMR application written in MATLAB, capable of processing various pen or pencil marked documents. The document form is fully customizable so that common surveying forms as well as academic omr-based exam sheets can be processed.