No BSD License
by Jim Stewart
20 Jun 2002
(Updated 06 Dec 2002)
Using Excel Builder and VBA to create a custom application for Microsoft Excel.
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A simple example that illustrates how to use Excel Builder and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) to create a custom GUI-based application that plugs right into Microsoft Excel.
This submission contains all the files associated with the October issue of News and Notes article related to Deploying MATLAB Applications for Excel.
For more information, see this News and Notes article:
Considerable and serious effort, but is this really going to aid someone learning Excel Builder? I would not recommend it.
I compute efficient frontier by command portopt with matlab2007b, find an error:
ExpReturn = [0.1 0.2 0.15];
ExpCovariance = [0.005 -0.010 0.004
-0.010 0.040 -0.002
0.004 -0.002 0.023];
NumPorts = 20;
portopt(ExpReturn, ExpCovariance, NumPorts)
??? Error using ==> linprog
Too many input arguments.
Error in ==> portopt at 189
[MaxReturnWeights, Fval, ErrorFlag] = linprog(-ExpReturn, Aineq, Bineq, Aeq, Beq, LB, UB, W0, options);
It was difficult to see how VB was used with MATLAB to create the application. Including the .m file would definately help.
I'm searching all(not illegal)patterns and softwares which make me able to work in implants telemonitoring and teleregulations;particularly for water-gas networks.
this SW useful seems useful for me
No M file please put the M File
Nice demonstration of Matlab's capability though I wish the zip contained the .m files as well.
These are the final files that the user can download.