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Stefan Slonevskiy

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30 Sep 2013 Screenshot exportToPPTX MatLab tool for exporting data to PowerPoint 2007+ files without using COM-objects automation Author: Stefan Slonevskiy powerpoint, pptx, ppt, automation, potw, pick of the week 98 22
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19 Feb 2013 Screenshot savepng savepng is a fast PNG image compression routine that outperforms MatLab's built-in imwrite Author: Stefan Slonevskiy png, mex, image, export, save, optimized 13 2
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15 Mar 2014 exportToPPTX MatLab tool for exporting data to PowerPoint 2007+ files without using COM-objects automation Author: Stefan Slonevskiy

wei, you can use any format you want as long as PowerPoint supports it. It supports PNG, JPG, GIF, BMP, TIF and many others raster image formats. EMF format is an example of vector file formats. Another example would be EPS. Using vector format has an advantage of being able to zoom in as much as you want without losing details. However with complicated figures vector format very quickly becomes large in size. I included EMF in the examples_exportToPPTX script just to show that exportToPPTX supports vector formats.

20 Nov 2013 savepng savepng is a fast PNG image compression routine that outperforms MatLab's built-in imwrite Author: Stefan Slonevskiy

Thanks, Robert. I will fix this problem in the submission.

29 Sep 2013 exportToPPTX MatLab tool for exporting data to PowerPoint 2007+ files without using COM-objects automation Author: Stefan Slonevskiy

Lube F, I have just submitted an updated version that seems to work with Office 2010. I say "seems" because I was only able to test it with PowerPoint 2010 Viewer. I do not have an access to a full-blown Office 2010 at the moment. Please let me know if you still see the issue. Updated version should appear on here in a few days, or you can get it now from GitHub. Thanks!

10 Jul 2013 Recursive Directory Searching for Multiple File Specs Searches a directory for multiple file specs with optional recursivity Author: Jonathan Sullivan

Jonathan, you might want to change the way you look for -r in the input arguments to be strncmp(temp,"-r",2)==0. The way you have it now will trigger on any path that has -r in any portion of its name.

13 May 2013 Recursive Directory Searching for Multiple File Specs Searches a directory for multiple file specs with optional recursivity Author: Jonathan Sullivan

Great tool. The speed is awesome! Thanks!! But it doesn't seem to be working with network paths (ie '\\computername\some\folder').

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15 Mar 2014 exportToPPTX MatLab tool for exporting data to PowerPoint 2007+ files without using COM-objects automation Author: Stefan Slonevskiy Slonevskiy, Stefan

wei, you can use any format you want as long as PowerPoint supports it. It supports PNG, JPG, GIF, BMP, TIF and many others raster image formats. EMF format is an example of vector file formats. Another example would be EPS. Using vector format has an advantage of being able to zoom in as much as you want without losing details. However with complicated figures vector format very quickly becomes large in size. I included EMF in the examples_exportToPPTX script just to show that exportToPPTX supports vector formats.

24 Jan 2014 exportToPPTX MatLab tool for exporting data to PowerPoint 2007+ files without using COM-objects automation Author: Stefan Slonevskiy grega

Nice script, but Im keep on getting the error message:
Error using copyfile
The system cannot find the path specified.
-> 881 copyfile(imgData,imagePath);

I used: addPicture(PPTXInfo,'myPic.bmp',varargin)
Any solution pls?

02 Jan 2014 exportToPPTX MatLab tool for exporting data to PowerPoint 2007+ files without using COM-objects automation Author: Stefan Slonevskiy Jonathan

20 Nov 2013 savepng savepng is a fast PNG image compression routine that outperforms MatLab's built-in imwrite Author: Stefan Slonevskiy Slonevskiy, Stefan

Thanks, Robert. I will fix this problem in the submission.

20 Nov 2013 savepng savepng is a fast PNG image compression routine that outperforms MatLab's built-in imwrite Author: Stefan Slonevskiy Oostenveld, Robert

The compilation of the miniz mex file fails on MATLAB version 8.0.0.783 (R2012b) Mac OS X 10.6.8:

>> benchmark_savepng
In file included from savepng.c:35:
miniz.c:2759: error: conflicting types for 'tdefl_write_image_to_png_file_in_memory'
miniz.c:794: error: previous declaration of 'tdefl_write_image_to_png_file_in_memory' was here
savepng.c: In function 'mexFunction':
savepng.c:68: warning: comparison is always false due to limited range of data type
savepng.c:68: warning: comparison is always false due to limited range of data type
savepng.c:120: warning: 'return' with a value, in function returning void

mex: compile of ' "savepng.c"' failed.

Error using savepng (line 34)
Sorry, auto-compilation failed.

Changing line 794 in miniz.c from

void *tdefl_write_image_to_png_file_in_memory(const void *pImage, int w, int h, int num_chans, size_t *pLen_out);

into

void *tdefl_write_image_to_png_file_in_memory(const void *pImage, int w, int h, int max_probes, int num_chans, size_t *pLen_out);

solves the problem.

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