Why does the arduinosetup command not pop up the interface?

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I have successfully downloaded the arduino support package and been able to define an arduino object as well as use at least one of the functions in that package successfully.
ardObj=arduino('COM3','Uno')
dataVoltage=readVoltage(ardObj,1)
Whenever I try to use the arduinosetup command in the Command Window, it only says the function arduinosetup is undefined. Why would that be the case when other functions work and I can successfully see my arduino object & properties? Any advice would be appreciated!

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Sanjana Ramakrishnan
Sanjana Ramakrishnan on 19 Sep 2017
Execute the below command in MATLAB command window to check if the Arduino support package is installed correctly:
>>which -all arduinosetup
The above command should display the path of 'arduinosetup.m' file. If it does not display the path of the m file, try reinstalling Arduino support package and check if it resolves the issue.
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Mark Gelb
Mark Gelb on 21 Sep 2017
Hi Sanjana, I reinstalled the Arduino support package and typed your suggested command into the command window. The result was 'arduinosetup' not found. Is there a way to receive the .m file independently of the package and/or do you have any other suggestions?

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