Hope you remember as I pointed out the need to put 'map scale' on the google plots. You said that you will work on it later when you get time. It seems this is still a persistent issue with all users using your anyway 'GREAT' script. However, I have come across another submission on FEX for making scale and very simply I have been using these two scripts for my purpose since long time. Just thought that this might help others and also to you as it might save a bit of your time. :)
Great script !! simple and easy to use..however, I have a question, how to put map scale on the plot? also if you could add direction symbol (North/South)..it would be great..any response will be appreciated..
Hey Ben, awesome job with this one! I was just in need of something like this. Just one detail... When I run your code everything goes well except for the plot title which lowers slightly. Any way of fixing this?
24 Oct 2014
A script to convert MATLAB/Octave into TikZ figures for easy and consistent inclusion into LaTeX.
@arnold: I asked Nico to put that link at the top to reduce the amount of bug reports here and get more feedback on Github instead.
As you can see from the history of updates, we only rarely have a new release (the last one was in April) and we are very conscious about publishing them (I agree with you that such lists should not be polluted, and we try not to).
The last update here was around the time when we released the 0.5 version as well. But since FileExchange now integrates with our master branch on Github, it has become less clear what an update is: there is no manual process involved where Nico updates this page. Together with The Mathworks, we are currently looking into what a good way is to combine both GitHub and the FileExchange and provide new releases in a clearer way. Anyhow: whie this page hasn't been altered in a significant way, the code has :-)
24 Oct 2014
Interpolates (& extrapolates) NaN elements in a 2d array.
very useful tool and thanks very much for that.
A rather unusual remark/question: I'm confused by all the 'updates' you've been undertaking. I try to keep the files I use updates hence I check this website regularly. You have 'updated' the contribution several times under the pretense of 'present the contribution link more prominently'. I suppose you don't just do this to bump this file up the 'most recent' list but I can never find an update.
I guess I'm not the only one spending time to check for whatever it is you updated in the code. As good as the code is, the 'recently updated' list on the file exchange becomes rather useless if everybody did that, or are you trying to move everybody over to github :)