How to save data in guide

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Radoslav Vandzura
Radoslav Vandzura on 7 Nov 2015
Edited: Radoslav Vandzura on 11 Nov 2015
Hello All,
would you be so kind, can you help me resolve my problem? I dont know how to save data, which I have loaded into uitable in guide. I need analyze these data...I need access to data after closing figure...:( My uitable contains about 80 000 rows.
Radoslav Vandzura
Radoslav Vandzura on 8 Nov 2015
But I dont want to save it on my desktop (or directory), I want to save it in Matlab memory because I want to close actual figure and I want to open new figure where I will analyze data (call the variables, data).
I create aplication in guide which is designed for data mining (data analysis) and it consists from many figures. Every figure is for different part of analysis, first figure is for data loading and saving. Next figure is for cleaning the data, next is for visualization and so on. So I need to access to data all the time. Do you understand? :)

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 7 Nov 2015
If you've closed the figure, any data stored in the figure is lost. The only way to get it again is to write it to a file. You can use xlswrite, dlmwrite(), fprintf(), save(), or a bunch of other ways.
Radoslav Vandzura
Radoslav Vandzura on 11 Nov 2015
Edited: Radoslav Vandzura on 11 Nov 2015
I would like to show in graph variables which I have loaded into GUIDE (through button Load). After loading data, names of columns are in pop-up menu. But when I select some name of columns nothing is shown in graph, any axes.....I would like to do it due to analysis which i will do...but I dont know it is stored somewhere or not....because after pressing start, only one variable (ans) is shown in workspace and it is empty....I dont know why....and I think it is a reason why axes arent shown ....

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