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The utility of this site is linearly correlated with the number of user-contributed routines! We don't ask much in the way of style, and you can e-mail it , so please submit your code!
Send your m-files to email@example.com
We'll pretty much take whatever we can get, but it really helps out our indexing system if:
% BOXFILT Running box-car filter.
It would also be nice, of course, to have a consistent look to the m-files. If you don't already have your m-file info documented in another way you might consider Phil Morgan's style:
function svan = sw_svan(S,T,P) % SW_SVAN Specific volume anomaly %========================================================================= % SW_SVAN $Revision: 1.3 $ $Date: 1994/10/10 05:52:20 $ % Copyright (C) CSIRO, Phil Morgan 1992. % % USAGE: svan = sw_svan(S,T,P) % % DESCRIPTION: % Specific Volume Anomaly calculated as % svan = 1/sw_dens(s,t,p) - 1/sw_dens(35,0,p) % Note that it is often quoted in literature as 1e8*units % % INPUT: (all must have same dimensions) % S = salinity [psu (PSS-78) ] % T = temperature [degree C (IPTS-68)] % P = Pressure [db] % (alternatively, may have dimensions 1*1 or 1*n where n is columns in S) % % OUTPUT: % svan = Specific Volume Anomaly [m^3 kg^-1] % % AUTHOR: Phil Morgan 92-11-05 (firstname.lastname@example.org) % % DISCLAIMER: % This software is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind. % See the file sw_copy.m for conditions of use and licence. % % REFERENCE: % Fofonoff, N.P. and Millard, R.C. Jr % Unesco 1983. Algorithms for computation of fundamental properties of % seawater, 1983. _Unesco Tech. Pap. in Mar. Sci._, No. 44, 53 pp. % Eqn (9) p.15. % % S. Pond & G.Pickard 2nd Edition 1986 % Introductory Dynamical Oceanogrpahy % Pergamon Press Sydney. ISBN 0-08-028728-X %=========================================================================
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