pltSig for Matlab version 14Sep23

pltSig (sometimes called plt for short) is a toolbox with an identity
crises since it will be of interest to these three classes of users:
  1. pltSig is a signal processing toolbox for those users interested in spectral analysis, z-plane analysis, analog and digital filter design, fft window design, and other signal processing, engineering, and mathematical topics.
  2. pltSig includes many programs, but the plt plotting function is the soul of the toolbox since every application and demo program in the toolbox uses it. If you do a lot of data exploration, or create plots for presentation or publication you will soon find that the plt function is essential to your work and far surpases the native Matlab plotting functions (plot and plotyy). plt offers a consistent and flexible command line interface, all explained in a single well written help file with examples for every important option. No longer will you have to hunt for obscure handle graphics commands scattered throughout the Matlab documentation. The advantages of the plt function are too numerous to list here, but include:
  3. If you design graphical user interfaces as part of your work, your main interest in this toolbox may be for its collection of pseudo objects. A pseudo object is a combination of standard Matlab objects designed to simplify the process of creating your GUI designs. At any point during the design process you can easily use your mouse to adjust the size and position of these pseudo objects (as well as the traditional Matlab objects). Each application and demo program in the toolbox (37 in total) will serve as an example of how to use these new objects to enhance your own designs.
See the Introduction and overview.
or peruse the help file from the top level here.
If you prefer to view the help system locally before downloading the toolbox,
download the compiled help file
(plt.chm: 15,008,296 bytes).
This file (pltSigDescription.txt) will be used as the toolbox description for the Mathworks file exchange

To install pltSig you should first get the toolbox from the Mathworks' file exchange, however as a backup, it is also possible to download the toolbox from the links below: Here are two additional files that will not appear on file exchange since binary executable files are not allowed there: