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vrf Matlab graph object gui controls

Question asked by platypus on Jun 23, 2006
Bill,

Thanks very much for that, exactly what I needed. I spent some time on
Matlab today, you can do some nice things with Matlab script.

Regards
Paul Chapman

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Ossmann" <bill.ossmann@philips.com>
To: "VRF" <vrf@agilent.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 11:33 PM
Subject: Re: [vrf] Matlab graph object gui controls


> Paul,
>
> Ah, yes . . .  one never learns a new tool with the easy stuff because the
> old tools work for that.
>
> First of all, you may not need to write much GUI for the types of
> operations you describe. The Matlab plot window has a menu called Tools
> which gives you access to the most commonly tweaked graph properties, and
> usually a toolbar that lets you select objects, zoom, and rotate. (A
double
> click in zoom mode takes you back to the original scale.) In selection
mode
> (pointer icon on the toolbar) you can right click on an object to edit its
> properties, axis scaling for example.
>
> If this is not sufficient and you still need GUI tools, go to the VEE Help
> menu and open up the Matlab HelpDesk. Look at the sections under Learning
> Matlab Script>>Graphics>>Handle Graphics, and Subject>>Graphical User
> Interface Creation. The first will educate you on Matlab graphics
hierarchy
> and how to find and change the properties of graphics objects. The second
> will give you help on the individual graphics controls you can use.
>
> Here is a quick example using a GUI to change axis scaling (which can also
> be done from the Tools menu.)
> (See attached file: graphGUI.vee)
>
> --
> Bill Ossmann
>
> "Chapman" <platypus@ains.net.au> wrote on 06/21/2006 08:00:39 AM:
>
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am using the Matlab graph object for the first time as I need to
> > display about 40 traces on the one graph
> >
> > Can I add GUI controls to Matlab graph window, for example buttons,
> > text boxes to change graph scaling, select different graphing options?
> >
> > The Matlab examples provided with VEE don't have GUI controls but
> > the 'Welcome to VEE - Matlab demo' shows examples with controls on
> > the graph window (eg Graphics/2D Plots)
> >
> > Can this be done in Matlab script in VEE?
> >
> > What's some suggested approaches?
> >
> > Thanks and regards
> > Paul Chapman
> >
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