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run the script without opening the figure, its possible?

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yair gaedj
yair gaedj on 2 Mar 2021
Commented: Rik on 2 Mar 2021
Is it possible to run the entire script without opening the images, in order to run faster.
Is there such a function?
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Rik
Rik on 2 Mar 2021
There is: you could shadow or edit the figure class or function. You should not attempt it. It is much more work to do that (and re-install Matlab several times because you severly broke things), than it is to change your script.
Let this be a lesson: use functions, and don't combine data processing and graphic creation in the same function.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 2 Mar 2021
set(0, 'DefaultFigureVisible', 'off')
before you run the code.
This will last for the rest of your MATLAB session unless you reset it.

Jan
Jan on 2 Mar 2021
There is no chance to guess, what your code does, if we cannot see it. Maybe there is no reason to display the images, maybe this is required for the processing.
You did not mention, what "images" exactly are, so how could we guess, if there is a one line code or single function that "turns off" all the images?
I guess, that you can comment out the corresponding line of code.
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yair gaedj
yair gaedj on 2 Mar 2021
in my code I have a lot of figures. so.. when the code running, all of the figures are jumping to my screen. i would like to know if there is a one line code or any function that canceling the the display of the figures (just untill i will finish to write the code) and when i will remove this line, the algorithm will reset and the figures will shows up. the figures is a plots of graphs. thanks for helping‏‏

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