Hi Elmar, You have done an excellent job with tabpanel constructor. I had created a tabbed gui which used to work before. Now when I want to edit, I get the error saying that the gui file is not found. In fact I have the the fig file in the same directory. My gui name is primitivesGui. But the error message says primitivesgui.fig not found. Is there a problem if the filename contains capital letters? when I renamed with small letters, I have some other error. Conversion to double from cell is not possible. Error in ==>tabpanel/tabpanel.p>tabpanel at 166. Any clues?
Elmar, great work!
Just one comment: I used it in Matlab R2013a, and the code cannot generate SelectionChangeFcn for buttongroup panel. Even I manually added the SelectionChangeFcn into the m file, it does not work in the GUI.
BTW, I have seen the comments by Syed Hussain and your response, but it may still not work for R2013a. Could you please provide a new version for the latest MATLAB? Thank you!
Very nice. Would love to see (1) an option in putvar (e.g. '-all') telling it to pass all variables, and (2) an option in putvar (e.g. '-struct',structname) telling it to pass the specified variable(s) inside a specified struct (structname in my example).
I am trying to run the GUI to generate surrogate data right now but after I load the data and click Resampled time series, the Resampling Types box doesn’t populate and only shows greyed out boxes for Degree of polynomial approximation, Order of autoregressive model and Order of autoregressive model (repeated). The only box that is not grayed out and available is Number of resampled time series. My colleague also just started running the GUI with the exact same data file and we found that the Resampling Types box populated with all the methods that were available (i.e. FT, AAFT etc.). We are using the exact same Matlab version, data files and followed the same steps so I have no idea how to get it to populate. Do you know what might be causing this error?
16 Oct 2014
Like subplot, but easier, and WYSIWYG export to file. Also fixes dashed/dotted lines in export.
Hi Max - margins are respected between panels within their parent and between the root panel and the edges of the canvas (figure or image file) - see doc panel/margin.
Hence, if you set a zero margin for "p", you'll see your child axes butt right up against the figure edge. Their own margins are not respected versus the figure edge.