Worked it out myself - for anyone else who might be interested the info can be displayed using the 'verbose' option - this only displays in the command window though, so I edited mLHT.m to output an additional stats table with the DoF and p values, I then get mancova.m to add F values to this to create a really condensed but highly useful second stats table...
Great submission, I was wondering if you could tell me what the degrees of freedom are for the ANCOVA? In statistics programs like SPSS it outputs two degrees of freedom, 'treatments and error' or 'withing and between' both of which are required to report the test result. But when I run your MANCOVAN it only outputs one degree of freedom... Sorry in advance if this is a stupid question.
Really nice piece of code. I was wondering though - is there a way to reposition the bar window? On my screen it pops up right over the command line so it hides any output from the running script, I can move it but I would like to make it automatic. Thanks.
I have a problem - your code takes a matrix of mine and after smoothing there are horizontal and vertical 'bars' composed of 0.00444 values. The background is NaN's so these numbers obviously stand out... any ideas why it does this?