 winplt.m, winplt.chm, winplt.pdf 
Struggling with Matlab's FFT window display tool (wintool), I found it cumbersome and limited. I wanted a way to quickly change window parameters and see the effect on the time and frequency shapes and the most common window measures (scalloping and processing loss, frequency resolution, and equivalent noise bandwidth). I couldn't modify wintool for my taste since most of the code was hidden (pcode). So I wrote winplt.m to create a more useble gui for displaying windows. Winplt is also a tool for designing your own windows by adjusting the kernel coefficients with a slider.
 plt.m, plt.chm 
This is a plotting routine called by winplt.m. To find out more about plt I recommend downloading plt.zip from the file exchange.
 HarrisIEEE.pdf 
This is the most cited reference on FFT windows and includes descriptions of most of the windows plotted by winplt.
 windowsTalk.pdf 
Most treatmeants of FFT windows are highly mathematical (such as the included Harris paper). But if you want to understand some of the basic ideas without the pages of mind numbing equations, take a look at the this portion of a signal processing talk I gave many years ago.
Feel free to contact me with any of your questions or ideas about winplt. I can be reached at paul (at) mennen (dot) org.
