@John D'Errico - John, I just posted on my blog a short review for one of the palettes.
It includes a test for all three types of color dficient vision.
Colin, thank you for your positive comments. I just got back after a trip and saw your post. I will look into improving/clarifying use of examples.m asap. I may wait a bit to implement an updated as I have some add-ons modifications I am working on.
"collapse_nii_scan" is used to integrate multiple single-volume NIfTI or ANALYZE files into one multiple-volume NIfTI file. In your case, if you want to concatenate two 4D NIfTI images into one 4D NIfTI images, you should apply "expand_nii_scan" to your both 4D images. All volumes must be in the same folder, and make sure the file name is correctly renamed (i.e. from 001~999 instead of 1~999). Then, apply "collapse_nii_scan" to all those expanded volumes in the specific folder, and you will get a concatenated 4D NIfTI image file.
eric and x.d, I remember reading something like "the Image Processing Toolbox conversion is based on ICC profiles, and it uses a D65 to D50 Bradford adaptation transformation to the D50 white point." That may explain the differences?