It could be a nice utility but it doesn't work on my computer (I run R2011b). I receive the following error:
The specified super-class 'cooler' contains a parse error or cannot be found on MATLAB's search path, possibly shadowed by another file with the same name.
Class Inheritance Analyzer/Browser
I happen to know that 'cooler' is a package directory and not a super class. Following the program flow I ended up in the iTree class where some invalid meta.class instance caused an error.
I hope you can fix it, the screenshots do look promissing.
Outstanding work with the splinefit function, this is exactely what i have been looking for. Very clean code and good documentation including the published examples.
I also like the ppdiff and the ppint function, how they work seamlessly with the standard piecewise functions.
This one certainly deserves a five star rating, congrats on the job
I have the same problem as Boris. When i run the following:
>> clear all, close all
??? Invoke Error, Dispatch Exception:
Source: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
Description: ShapeRange.Item : Integer out of range. 2 is not in Index's valid range of 1 to 1.
Help Context ID: 0
Error in ==> pptfigure at 926
Basically the same error but then with powerpoint 2010. It does however create a slide but the created object somehow appears to be totally blank.
If it worked properly I would certainly use this tool.
very clean code with a good help. Haven't yet been able to check the correctness, but it seems OK. The code seems to be implemented way better than the "Complete 1976 Standard Atmosphere" implementation.
I have found a temporary fix for the exporting as eps problem. When you export, do not "Save As" but instead use "Export Setup". Under "Rendering" in Properties, choose the Resolution as "Screen" (do NOT use Auto). This should keep the magnifying square where it should be.