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Asked by Arun Badigannavar
on 3 Aug 2012

I ahve a one integer value,,, suppose 100. I want it to put in a animation increasing from 0 to 100 with step increment of 1 ,,,How to do it,,and everytime my integer value will change

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## 4 Comments

## Oleg Komarov (view profile)

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Can you be more specific on what you mean by animation?

## Arun Badigannavar (view profile)

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I want to put some energy value in MATLAB animation ,,like,movement of waves when we drop the stone in water,,,the waves travel upto some limit from the point of drop in a water,,,in the same manner i want to show that there is an impact on a metal strucuture with some animation,,how to do it?

## Arun Badigannavar (view profile)

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please anybody helpout on this

## Matt Kindig (view profile)

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Well there are a couple of ways, depending on your desired file format. The easiest way is probably to use imwrite to write out a *.gif. You can create the desired image in a figure() within a loop and then use the method described here http://www.mathworks.com/support/solutions/en/data/1-48KECO/?solution=1-48KECO to animate it.