Matlab software packages

Stephen Chan Manchester University

Matlab software packages for extreme value analysis presented in this page have been proposed by Stephen Chan (University of Manchester).

How to start with MATLAB?

To find and install add-ons using the Add-On Explorer, open the Add-On Explorer by going to the Home tab and in the Environment section, click the Add-Ons icon. Find the required add-ons by browsing through available categories located on the left side of the Add-On Explorer window, or by using the search bar. Then click the add-on to open its detailed information page. This page provides additional information about the add-on, such as included files and available documentation.

From here, you can install the add-on. After you install an add-on, MATLAB manages the MATLAB path for you. Therefore, you can start using an add-on without making adjustments to your desktop environment.

EVIM: A Software Package for Extreme Value Analysis in MATLAB

Current version: 2006
Authors: Gena̧y, Ramazan; Selu̧k, Faruk; Ulugülyagci, Abdurrahman (2001)
Description: A software package for extremel value analysis in MATLAB.

NEVA: Nonstationary Extreme Value Analysis

Software Package Version: 2.0
Author: Linyin Cheng (2014)–neva–toolbox?
Description: The Nonstationary Extreme Value Analysis (NEVA) software package has been developed to facilitate extreme value analysis under both stationary and nonstationary assumptions.

WAFO: Wave Analylsis for Fatigue and Oceanography

Version: 2.6-beta
Authors: MATLAB Central Team (2000)
Description: WAFO is a toolbox of Matlab routines for statistical analysis and simulation of random waves and random loads.

Stephen Chan Manchester University

Stephen Chan

University of Manchester