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From:  Peter <petersamsimon2@hotmail.com>
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Subject: Re: Grid widget for MATLAB?
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On Nov 1, 3:27 pm, none <""john\"@(none)"> wrote:
> I am thinking of using MATLAB to write a GUI application. I have done
> some simple GUI things with it, charts, dialogs, etc. But, is there a
> grid-like control that can be used with MATLAB (similar to the Excel
> type grid)
>
> thanks
>
> John

How about the following?

a = 1:12;
open a

This will open the variable a in the built-in, spreadsheet-like array
editor.  I believe you can configure the editor to be free-floating
(apart from the desktop window) if you so desire.

--Peter