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I have a GUI made in GUIDE. I need to store some data within functions and they must be reachable by other callbacks. I am using...

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Asked 3 years ago

I could finally figure it out. You can save the data in the handles of the given GUI. So for example if your GUI is named "MyGU...

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Answered 3 years ago

Hi, I have many text files in the following format: Name of the file Date Other useless data Column1 [unit] Col...

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Asked 2 years ago

Hi all, I need to write subscripts into static text objects in a GUI created with GUIDE. I googled the problem and found sev...

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I am using MATLAB 2010b and I created a GUI in GUIDE. The code generated by Matlab contained a lot of input variables for GUI ...

I have a symbolic expression along the lines: H = @(f) a*k*f; where a is a constant. f is the rotational frequency and k...

Asked 1 year ago

I have an expression given as e.g.: g = @(x) f*x where f is a function of x and is defined as f(x) = b if x > a...

Hi, I created a gui, which has many editable texts as input parameters, many buttons and axes. Some button presses call funct...

I have a GUI which has a function which runs a few loops and calculates data into matrices. These data are then displayed in a p...

What I'm trying to do is to put the coordinates of velocity vectors into the elements of a 2 dimensional matrix. (That is, I hav...

The necessary condition for my "while" loop to keep running is that not all elements of matrix B are smaller than those of matri...

Hi, I have created a GUIDE GUI in Matlab and wrote thousands of lines of code. I was moving a lot of objects in the GUIDE win...

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This should be trivial but I can't figure it out. I have an NxM matrix, which I am plotting as a bar3 graph. All of them have t...

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In the meanwhile I managed to sort out the last part of the question. This is a simple way to reach all files from a folder and ...

Answered 2 years ago

Well, this does the trick, however, I still don't understand why my method doesn't work.