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you need to pass strings to the function.
i.e: replaceInSelection('median', 'skew')
Sadly there is no associated GUI - you select a region of text in the editor and call the function from the command window.
This function is a life saver. I now use it for every publication ready figure as the output is exactly as I see it in MATLAB and sometimes even better!
This widget is absolutely fantastic - rotation of 3D data is far more intuitive than with the default controls. I no longer visualise any 3D data without it. Thank you.
it worked now, many thanks.
I tried it but I keep getting this error:
EDU>> replaceInSelection(median, skew)
Error using median (line 27)
Not enough input arguments.
I selected the text in editor then typed replaceInSelection(median, skew) in the command window.
How do you use this in practic? With a function call from the command window? Or is there an associated GUI?
If so how do you call it up?