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dot.slopeAbstraction Output the slope between each successive point.
dot.smoothAbstraction Simple sample-averaging filter.
dot.sparklineAbstraction Draws a sparkline from a list or stream onto an lcd object.
dot.splitAbstraction Right outlet if greater then threshold, left outlet otherwise.
dot.squeuedlimAbstraction Limits the speed of messages passing through like speedlim, but queued like zl queue.
dot.stdAbstraction Calculates the Standard Deviation of a windowed stream of numbers.
dot.swapAbstraction Like the swap object, but for symbols and lists too!
dot.threshAbstraction A little hack to allow thresh to work with symbols.
dot.timedextremaAbstraction Outputs the minimum and maximum value received with the last n milliseconds.
dot.timedsmoothAbstraction Downsampled audio-rate averaging filter.
dot.timedsmooth2Abstraction Time-windowed averaging filter in which each input sample has the same weight.
dot.transferAbstraction Table-based waveshaping with customizable transfer function.
dot.unwrapAbstraction Assumes input is polar and lies between arg1 and arg2. Output is the shortest polar distance from the last sample.
dot.urnAbstraction Generate random numbers without duplicates (like "urn"), but you can put numbers back in the pot.
dot.vscaleAbstraction Just like the scale object, but for vectors. Includes clipping-feature.
dot.waitAbstraction bangs when values are over-threshold for wait time.
dot.windowedextremaAbstraction Outputs the minimum and maximum value received with the last n samples. Also outputs the order of the extrema in the window.
dot.wmpAbstraction Process the data from a Wii Motion Plus and remove gyro bias.
dot.wrapAbstraction Simple offset with wrap-around.
dot.xmlreadAbstraction Native Max XML parsing - no externals!
dot.xmlwriteAbstraction Native Max XML parsing - no externals!

Library
Digital Orchestra Toolbox The Digital Orchestra Toolbox is a collection of Max/MSP abstractions that we have found useful in creating gesture processing, mapping, and synthesis patches for digital musical instruments. Each patch is accompanied with a help patch to demonstrate its use.

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