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11 Jan 2012 pushd, popd, and dirs Shortcuts for moving among directories, like Unix pushd, popd, and dirs commands. Author: Doug file system managemen..., unix, directory management 3 0
15 Apr 2011 Screenshot Mapcolor: Easily apply mulitple colormaps on the same figure Take control of your colors! When one colormap just isn't enough. Author: Doug plotting, color, colormaps 10 1
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15 Apr 2011 Screenshot Plot velocity as color: hue for direction and saturation for speed Plot velocity as color: hue for direction and saturation for speed, with a ColorWheel key. Author: Doug plotting, flow, velocity 7 0
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03 May 2011 Interactive fractal viewer for the Mandelbrot and Julia sets Mandelbrot and Julia set viewer with C subfunction with up to 1E10x zoom with pan enabled. Author: Christopher

Just what I was looking for--and very impressive that it re-draws dynamically as you zoom. But had some trouble compiling the .mex files.

17 Mar 2011 Editing Matlab files in Vim Edit Matlab M-files in Vim editor (indentation, syntax highlighting, tags , mlint support) Author: Fabrice

When I use :make I get the error "/bin/bash: mlint: command not found". I've added the path to mlint.m to my .bashrc. Am I missing something else?

Also, the code above by Bartosz to execute the current file is great. Anybody got code to execute the current selection? As an alternative, I've written a function grablines.m that creates a new (temporary) m-file from a range of lines in an existing file, which is then easy to run. I'll post it if there's interest.

Thanks to Fabrice for a very helpful package!

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28 Jul 2011 Mapcolor: Easily apply mulitple colormaps on the same figure Take control of your colors! When one colormap just isn't enough. Author: Doug Thomas Guillod

Very useful
Thanks.

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