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17 Jun 2014 SaitisPianoModel.m finite difference method model of a stiff and lossy piano string Author: Richard Moore piano, physical modeling, finite difference, differential equation..., wave equation, string model 9 1
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12 Dec 2013 Screenshot LetItSnow Your office has no window. You want to see ridiculously large snowflakes. I've solved your problem Author: Richard Moore snow, snowflakes 7 0
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18 Apr 2013 DirSize Determine the size of a folder/directory in bytes, including all subdirectories. Author: Richard Moore directory size 6 2
15 Apr 2013 ShowStructTree.m Display the fields of a structure as a tree. Author: Richard Moore struct, structure, struct contents, structure contents, tree 6 2
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15 Apr 2013 EarTraining.m This is a test to develop proficiency at pitch recognition, to help a person develop perfect pitch Author: Richard Moore perfect pitch, ear training, pitch recognition, pitch identification 9 2
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14 Apr 2014 OfficeDoc - read/write/format MS Office docs (XLS/DOC/PPT) Read/write/append/format/display data, images & screenshots in MS Office documents (XLS/DOC/PPT) Author: Yair Altman

Can you generate an updated P-code that works for MATLAB >7.5?

07 Jun 2013 regexpdir Returns a directory listing based on a regular expression Author: Bob Hamans

Great function! I often write scripts that sort through files and strings with wildcards are often not expressive enough to filter compactly. Your recursive option is handy, too. It would be nice if the output were a struct array like dir returns instead of a cell array, though.

22 May 2013 EarTraining.m This is a test to develop proficiency at pitch recognition, to help a person develop perfect pitch Author: Richard Moore

Thanks for checking it out, Firzi. Confusion matrices in psychometric testing are interesting, especially when the confusion relationships are asymmetric (example: stimulus A is mistaken for stimulus B, but stimulus B is not readily mistaken for stimulus A). Sometimes these measurements are due to simple bias, but sometimes not.

17 Apr 2013 DirSize Determine the size of a folder/directory in bytes, including all subdirectories. Author: Richard Moore

Thanks for reviewing my code and suggesting improvements, Jan. I've just uploaded a revision that addresses all of your concerns except for the directory movements. I'll play with those a bit later.

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17 Jun 2014 SaitisPianoModel.m finite difference method model of a stiff and lossy piano string Author: Richard Moore Chang hsiung

you guys are so serious about piano :)

13 Dec 2013 LetItSnow Your office has no window. You want to see ridiculously large snowflakes. I've solved your problem Author: Richard Moore Eric Sampson

22 May 2013 EarTraining.m This is a test to develop proficiency at pitch recognition, to help a person develop perfect pitch Author: Richard Moore Richard Moore

Thanks for checking it out, Firzi. Confusion matrices in psychometric testing are interesting, especially when the confusion relationships are asymmetric (example: stimulus A is mistaken for stimulus B, but stimulus B is not readily mistaken for stimulus A). Sometimes these measurements are due to simple bias, but sometimes not.

19 May 2013 EarTraining.m This is a test to develop proficiency at pitch recognition, to help a person develop perfect pitch Author: Richard Moore Firzi Mukhri

nice! im working on something similar, but im required to display the confusion matrix in table of 22x22 :)

07 May 2013 ShowStructTree.m Display the fields of a structure as a tree. Author: Richard Moore Marcel Rüland

This is a nice tool: simple and helpful. For very large structs it becomes slightly unclear. For a better overview I don't show the leave nodes by nesting line 27 with an if statement:
if isstruct(run.(namesout{x}))
ShowStructTree(eval([a(1).name '.' namesout{x}]),[toprint '.' namesout{x}]);
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