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This is the second in a series of video tutorial made by The MathWorks Applications Engineer, Doug Hull.
This thirty minute flash based video will highlight techniques such as:
application data sharing,
use of pre-built file import dialogs, subfunctions,
If you do not have the Image Processing Toolbox replace the line
colormap ([0 0 0; 1 1 1])
NOTE: You will have to download the zip file to watch the video.
where is the video, can someone post the link please
For people who can't open the video:
Install the k-lite codec pack. I also installed the shockwave flash player, but for me it was the codec pack with the mpc-hc player that did the trick.
great! this good man knows how to work and teach
Thanks alot! :)
nice VIdeo, solved some of my problems saving Data.
I was trying to create a gui without GUIDE and had problems with data transmission between the callbacks. With GUIDE its pretty easy, but without, i couldnt figure out, how it works if u add some informations inside the callbacks, which were not defined before. So setappdata was quite a usefull function.
Does it still work for matlab2015b?
hello can anyone email me this video? or maybe guide me on how to view this video. i cant watch/download the video. ive been trying to watch/donwload it since yesterday :(
i can't whatch the video..... how have i do? in my computer to whatch in the video i'm very interest to learn matlab guide
This video is .swf format. Open it with your google chorme, firefox, IE...
I spent 10 minutes trying to make this video work. No luck.
What is the use of the video if half of the customers were not able to watch it... See the comments below.
MathWorks seems to be very much detached from Matlab users community.
How do you watch this video?
It is a great video, and thank you! I learned a lot.
Unable to open the video. Couldn't locate the link for zip file to be downloaded.
Video fails to load even after following directions
How can I watch this video??
I am trying to share data between two uitables; in the opening function how can i get the current table
TO WATCH: Guide Video 2 -> WatchTheVideoInHere -> click GuiAdvancedHull.html and it will play
why i cant download the video?
Very good video.
Very good explanation.
Thanks a lot
Thx a lot Hull. This video is very helpful. And I like your tone. Very relaxed and fun.
Really nice tutorial! This helped me understanding how the setting/getting of data works in different workspaces.
Thank you a lot!
Hi, how can i see the videos?
they won't show
It was really helpful!
This video has become my aspiration in GUI development.
I'm working in a program where I use various GUI's to change parameters, but no pictures. My doubt is if your method would work just as well.
Hi i was tried to download the videos given.. but i cant download it from the blog. i also needed to pass a text field entered value from one gui to another through button click. plz help me.
hello author..while i was following your instruction in the video, i faced some problems. the command window show this when i try to load the photo
??? Error using ==> imread at 372
File "dwh019.jpg" does not exist.
Error in ==> main>pushbutton1_Callback at 84
Error in ==> gui_mainfcn at 96
Error in ==> main at 42
??? Error while evaluating uicontrol Callback
can u tell me whats wrong?
Helps me alot !!
can anybody tell how pass data from a gui to another function as string
nevermind, tested- works.
will this work if compiled? setapp(0,.. i.e saving to workspace is not compatible with compiler right?
thanks, it's really helpful
nicely done. The video really helps.
It helps me a lot! keep coming out!
The handles structure is totally ignored - using findobj() is not efficient and error- prone.
Using s(g)etappdata(0,...) is very dangerous, e.g. when using two instances of a gui.
Therefore this video is a bad guide.
This is good for beginners.
Great video tutorial! Keep them coming! Thank you!
very interesting, and clearly
thank you very match
how can i change a property of an object programmaticaly ??thank's again
I wish more information about this, because i need update data in different gui's. Sorry for my bad explication but i am not very well speak english, more or less, i read. I am from Venezuela
If there is data from many edit boxes, how do we use the data in a generalized loop?
This is a good piece of work. gives lot of information on sharing the data within & between GUI's. worth downloading it.
I may have missed this info in the GUIDE manuals. I have read them a lot before, even the latest ones but have not encountered this type of info there.
If the techniques mentioned in the tutorial are not really in the manuals (e.g. setappdata, etc.), then it might be better to include them in future additions. Otherwise, lots of people will miss these wonderful GUI programming styles.
For anderstanding the GUI of MATLAB it`s very fine! It helped me a lot.
really helpful video for the newbies in GUI
Provides a great starting point for learning to create GUI's in MATLAB.
I was looking for it
It helped me a lot.
just what i was looking for
good job, I like it! any more?
I liked the format of the tutorial, the video presents the screenshots in action, the code is keyed in 'live', so you get the feel for how GUI's are actively developed.
You can pause the video and work through the steps as you follow along.
Good job Doug. The multi-window GUI walk-through is excellent.
Very nicely done, and super useful info. Thanks!!!
wonderful videos, i learn a lot from you, i saved hours by watching this
thank you ver much
This is what I really needed. I whish it was published earlier, it should have saved me a lot of time and frustration.
I love you man!Perfect work and very useful introduction.It save so many times....If I have some question about the Matlab,should I send the E-mail to ask?
Excellent Videos! Just what I was looking for. Seeing someone go through it step by step, helped me a lot and save me a lot of time. I hope there are more videos to come! Again, great job!!!
Excellent instruction. It shows how to create multiple GUI windows that work together.
I highly recommend this to anyone interested in learning more about GUIDE and GUIs in general. This was really helpful! I enjoyed your first movie, but was hoping for something more advanced. Your latest was at just the right level for me. Many thanks, and keep 'em coming!
Great! Very useful! Exactly what I want to know! Many thanks!
BTW, I didn't know that Matlab can send an email! Amazing!
Excellent video. Clear and easy way to show, how to make a GUI. Good work !
Yes, only about half of those mistakes were staged. The rest were real!
I love the way how he makes some mistakes and then shows how to fix them...
Moved directory structure around.
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