Here are some useful tools that we use in our researches. 

SHINE Toolbox

The SHINE (Spectrum, Histogram, and Intensity Normalization and Equalization) toolbox is a Matlab toolbox developed by Dr. Verena Willenbockel. The SHINE toolbox is useful for controlling a number of image properties separately or simultaneously. SHINE features functions for scaling the rotational average of the Fourier amplitude spectra (i.e., the energy at each spatial frequency averaged across orientations), as well as for the precise matching of the spectra. It also includes functions for normalizing and scaling mean luminance and contrast, as well as a program for exact histogram specification. SHINE offers ways to apply the luminance adjustments to the whole image or to selective regions only (e.g., separately to the foreground and the background). The toolbox has been successfully employed for parametrically modifying a number of image properties or for equating them across the stimulus set in order to minimize potential low-level confounds in studies on higher-level processes (e.g., Fiset, Blais, Gosselin, Bub, & Tanaka, 2008; Williams, Willenbockel, & Gauthier, 2009). Click here to download the SHINE toolbox. 

Letswave Toolbox

Letswave is a free software toolbox to analyse electroencephalographic (EEG) and other neurophysiological signals. Previous versions (1-4) had been developped in Borland Delphi. This new version is being rewritten entirely as an interactive Matlab toolbox. As compared to existing toolboxes, emphasis will be placed on intuitive and streamlined tools to process and visualize EEG data, with a shallow learning curve.
The project is managed by André Mouraux (Institute of Neuroscience, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium), in collaboration with Bruno Rossion (Institute of Neuroscience, Université catholique de Louvain), Li Hu (Southwest University, China) and Giandomenico Iannetti (University College London, UK). The toolbox is an open source package, and borrows a number of functions from the Fieldtrip toolbox (F.C. Donders Institute), and EEGLAB (Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience). Click here to download the Letswave toolbox. 


EEGLAB is an interactive Matlab toolbox for processing continuous and event-related EEG, MEG and other electrophysiological data incorporating independent component analysis (ICA), time/frequency analysis, artifact rejection, event-related statistics, and several useful modes of visualization of the averaged and single-trial data. EEGLAB runs under Linux, Unix, Windows, and Mac OS X. Click here to download EEG Lab. 

iMap Toolbox

The iMap toolbox is a Matlab toolbox for processing eye movement data developed by Roberto Caldara & Sébastien Miellet. Eye movement data analyses are commonly based on the probability of occurrence of saccades and fixations (and their characteristics) in given Regions of Interest (ROIs). The iMap toolbox implemented an alternative data-driven method to compute statistical fixation maps of eye movements - iMap - based on an approach inspired by methods used in functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Click here to download iMap toolbox.