With SeaGrid, one can:
Tutorial -- We are currently working on a tutorial.
The images need to be redone with our Unix system, but the general layout
will be as shown.
1. The current Seagrid software is available using SVN at http://cmgsoft.repositoryhosting.com/svn_public/cmgsoft_m-cmg/trunk/seagrid/. An explanation on how to use SVN services can be found at http://subversion.tigris.org/. This site also has SVN client software available, if needed. Once you have checked out the software, add the path to the trunk of the SVN files directory into your Matlab directory path.
You will find these directories
.\seagrid (contains Seagrid application m-files)
.\seagrid\presto (contains a library that Seagrid depends upon)
.\seagrid\test_data (contains test data used in the Seagrid tutorial)
You will also find a number of Mex file subdirectories such as
that indicate mex files to be used with specific operating system and
If you don't see your operating system listed, you will need to build
the mex files from source code, which requires both Fortran and C
compilers. If you don't see your version of Matlab, try one from a
previous release. Sometimes they will also work.
.\seagrid\mex (contains Seagrid binary mex files for PC Windows)
2. Add the .\seagrid, .\seagrid\presto and appropriate
.\seagrid\mex_<version>_<os> directory to your matlab path.
3. In Matlab, cd to the .\seagrid\test_data directory, type "seagrid"
and then follow the Seagrid tutorial.
For problems contact firstname.lastname@example.org
One final note: The SeaGrid "File/Help/WWW Home Page" menu item will link to this page from within a Matlab session.