> Georgios Kousiouris wrote
>> Hi all,
>> I have been working on a mapminmax function implementation for Octave
>> that i would like to contribute to the Octave community. It is nearly
>> done, only some details are missing such as help info etc (or
>> potentially other formatting aspects that are needed and i am not aware
>> The implementation tries to follow the Matlab defined interface of
>> mapminmax and to a large extent it covers it, plus adding some helpful
>> optional features that i have found to be important (such as adding an
>> offset to the denormalization phase for a matrix in order to denormalize
>> e.g. only the outputs).
>> What are the next steps in this process? Should i upload the function
>> somewhere, share it in the mailing list, some one needs to review it for
>> correctness etc?
> Hello George,
> Thank you for considering a contribution to Octave. New contribution should
> be submitted to the patch tracker at Savannah  and get reviewed and
> commented there, if maintainers or users are interested in your function. If
> you don't get a fast response there, don't be disappointed, we are all
> working on Octave as volunteers.
> The `mapminmax` seems to be part of Matlab's Neural Network toolbox . We
> have an ongoing GSoC project about that package . Maybe you can get in
> contact with Enrico or his mentors Francesco or Ankit about your function?
> : https://savannah.gnu.org/patch/?group=octave > : https://www.mathworks.com/help/nnet/ref/mapminmax.html > : https://gsocnnet.blogspot.de/ >
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