PARFOR progress monitor (progress bar) v3
Updated 22 Dec 2017
This progress bar (progress monitor) is designed to monitor progress during the execution of long parfor loops. It works using a Java-based client/server architecture, which means that it supports distributed worker pools (i.e. doesn't only work on local pools).
Begin by creating a parallel pool.
Then construct a ParforProgMon object:
ppm = ParforProgMon(strWindowTitle, nNumIterations <, nProgressStepSize, nWidth, nHeight>);
'strWindowTitle' is a string containing the title of the progress bar window. 'nNumIterations' is an integer with the total number of iterations in the loop.
'nProgressStepSize' specifies to update the progress bar every time this number of steps passes. 'nWidth' and 'nHeight' specify the size of the progress window.
Within the parfor loop:
parfor (nIndex = 1:nNumIterations)
Updates over v2:
The class now automatically handles distributing the required code to the workers.
Dylan Muir (2023). PARFOR progress monitor (progress bar) v3 (https://github.com/DylanMuir/ParforProgMon), GitHub. Retrieved .
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