Here you will find a collection of Matlabtoolboxes that I have written over the years and that you may find useful. The toolboxes are concerned with the display and statistical analysis and of data. They are inspired by the statisical programming language R, and specifically by the useful concept of data frames. There are a number of cross references between functions, the util and pivot toolbox is needed by all other toolboxes.
Getting started
If you are not familiar with Matlab, a good resource to learn the basics is
the Matlab tutorial for psychologists
by Antonia Hamilton.
But many others are available. To allow Matlab see the functions from the toolboxes:
 Create a folder (e.g. c:/mydocs/matlab/toolboxes) and deposit the toolboxes there.
 Start matlab, and create a new mfile with the lines
fprintf('My Motivational Message\n');
path(path,genpath('C:/mydocs/matlab/toolboxes'));  Save this file under the name startup.m in the matlab/work directory
Every time you start Matlab now, you motivational message gets printed on the screen and the toolboxes get added to your path.
Toolboxes
Toolboxes are distributed under the GNU General Public License, meaning that they are free to use, but that proper credit should be given. Enjoy!
Toolbox Name  Updated  Download  Description 

13/02/15 
Utility functions for loading, saving and manipulating data frames 

13/02/15 
Tabulation of statistical data 

13/02/15 
Statistical graphs, linegraphs, boxplots, histograms, kernel estimates, etc... 

stats 
13/02/15 
Statistical functions for sampling, kernel estimation, ttests, mixed efffects ANOVA, etc... 

circ 
07/08/09 
Circular statistics, circular histograms, etc 

13/02/15 
Statistical computations for surfaces generated with Caret 

07/08/09 
Kinematic analysis, numerical derivatives, landmarking and stretching 