MATLAB software testing (Massimo Grassi )

Subject: MATLAB software testing
From:    Massimo Grassi  <massimo.grassi@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Wed, 26 Mar 2008 16:53:45 +0100

Dear list members, we (i.e. Alessandro Soranzo and I) just wrote a MATLAB toolbox that enables to estimate auditory thresholds by means of the maximum likelihood procedure developed by David Green (JASA, 1990, 1993). The toolbox contains the functions to implement the procedure together with a few of signal generators and modifiers. We are now testing the toolbox, but we do not have the possibility to test it on a mac or a linux operative system (or on many computers in general). If there is anybody out there that needs this toolbox, wants to have a quick go with it, (possibly) uses one of the above operative systems, we would be more than pleased to forward the material. Together with the toolbox we will send a short text file with the "how to use" instructions. Any suggestion will be welcome. The toolbox requires MATLAB 7 (or higher) and nothing else. As soon as the testing will end, we will send the link to the (possibly) bug free toolbox for free download (and vandalisation). Ciao e grazie a tutti, m ps: If any of you is really (but really) interested I can also send a draft copy of the paper we are preparing for Behavior Research Methods where the toolbox (as well as the theory behind it) is described. -- Massimo Grassi - PhD Dipartimento di Psicologia Generale Via Venezia 8 - 35131 Padova - Italy

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