How can I use splitapply() in matlab appdesigner?

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Hi! :)
I have matlab 2018 and really dont want to upgrade to newer versions right now.
What I was wondering was whether anybody could show with an easy example how I can apply splitapply() to group my data in a 2 dimensional plot. Earlier I have seen a post regarding this issue but I didnt understand how to do that..
I have a heterogenous table osmotic data and I want to group my 2 d plot with the text data showing the bestsalts which is a colum containing two salts each row, like CaCl2 NaCl , ZnBr2 KCl
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Matt J
Matt J on 11 Feb 2024
If you provide some example data and the desired result, then perhaps.

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Cris LaPierre
Cris LaPierre on 11 Feb 2024
Edited: Cris LaPierre on 11 Feb 2024
You could use a differnt function that incorporates grouping, like gscatter.
load carsmall
gscatter(Displacement,Horsepower,Model_Year)
To specifically use splitapply, create an anonymous function with your plotting command. Something like this (I'm specivically trying to duplicate gscatter here).
figure
hold on
[G,ID] = findgroups(Model_Year);
splitapply(@(x)plot(x(:,1),x(:,2),'.','MarkerSize',20),[Displacement,Horsepower],G)
legend(string(ID),'Location','best')
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Cris LaPierre
Cris LaPierre on 12 Feb 2024
Here's what the actual callback funciton might look like. I'm assuming the data to plot is a property of the app. See this page if you don't know what that means:
function ButtonPushed(app, event)
hold(app.UIAxes,"on")
[G,ID] = findgroups(app.Model_Year);
splitapply(@(x)plot(app.UIAxes,x(:,1),x(:,2),'.','MarkerSize',20),[app.Displacement,app.Horsepower],G);
legend(app.UIAxes,string(ID),'Location','best')
end

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