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MIDAS 2010

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Mid-Infrared Data Analysis Software 2010 A Matlab Package for 2D IR Spectroscopy Analysis

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MIDAS 2010 is a package developed in the Canadian Light Source for 2D spectroscopic analysis and data exploration of time resolved infrared spectra.

Features:
- calculate and plot synchronous and asychronous 2D spectra, and one dimensional slices
- design and apply filters

For further information and usage guidelines refer to the users manual.

The package was developed by Elise Normand.

Required Products Image Processing Toolbox
MATLAB release MATLAB 7.6 (R2008a)
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15 Apr 2015 Jie

Jie (view profile)

It's cool project. I'm trying...But bug report:
In your loadfile.m line31, it writes´╝Ü

line31: [pathstr, name, ext, versn] = fileparts(filename);

but on recently released Matlabs (at least 2011b), that line of code produces error. Since newer version of Matlab only returns 3 outputs for the fileparts.m file.
Syntax: [pathstr,name,ext] = fileparts(filename).

I check your fileload.m and found the output variable 'versn' is never used and think it could be simply deleted.

To make it right, simply change line #31 into
[pathstr, name, ext] = fileparts(filename);
I'm not sure if it will cause any problem for some "old" Matlab.

Cool app. Thx.

27 Apr 2014 scu

scu (view profile)

excellent work

16 Feb 2013 Ferenc

Ferenc (view profile)

It was a summer student's project for a few months. This is actually the second version during the second summer, completely rewritten from the first.

Indeed I was very impressed with her work.

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23 Aug 2011 Isaac

Isaac (view profile)

This is one of the most comprehensive MATLAB submission I've seen...detailed work and very good user manual. Thanks bro.
[PS: Did create this as part of a Masters or PhD work?]
Cheers.

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