GUI Push button Help !

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Hi ,
I am working on a project where i need to use push buttons. On pressing a button , I want to execute a m file already written and change the values of a particular row in the GUI table.
I am a beginner and need some help. Please help me on how to edit the call back function and change the data in the table.
Thanks in advance.
Regards.
Jayadeep Kodali

Accepted Answer

Babak
Babak on 1 May 2013
Open your GUI figure file by right clicking on its name in the MATLAB current folder window and choosing GUIDE.
Find the push button in the GUIDE opened design window.
Right click on the push button and find it's callback function.
An editor will open up and shows the callback function of the pushbutton.
Put the name of the script m-file or the function you have previously written in the callback function.
You are done. Test the GUI.
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Venkata Jayadeep Kodali
Venkata Jayadeep Kodali on 2 May 2013
@babak It works.Thank you very much.

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 2 May 2013
Here's a small demo for you. It creates a table, which you won't have to do if you already have one in GUIDE. The it populates it with some values.
clc;
% Create sample data and row and column headers.
columnHeaders = {'n', 'Data Set #1', 'Data Set #2'};
for n=1:10,
rowHeaders{n} = sprintf('Row #%d', n);
tableData{n,1} = n;
tableData{n,2} = 10*rand(1,1);
tableData{n,3} = sprintf(' Value = %.2f %s %.2f', rand(1,1), 177, rand(1));
end
% Create the table and display it.
hTable = uitable();
% Apply the row and column headers.
set(hTable, 'RowName', rowHeaders);
set(hTable, 'ColumnName', columnHeaders);
% Display the table of values.
set(hTable, 'data', tableData);
% Size the table.
set(hTable, 'units', 'normalized');
set(hTable, 'Position', [.1 .1 .8 .8]);
set(hTable, 'ColumnWidth', {40, 120, 180});
set(gcf,'name','Image Analysis Demo','numbertitle','off')

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