Monthly Archives: October 2009

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uiundo – Matlab’s undocumented undo/redo manager

The built-in uiundo function provides easy yet undocumented access to Matlab’s powerful undo/redo functionality. This article explains its usage.

Categories: Figure window, GUI, High risk of breaking in future versions, Stock Matlab function, UI controls, Undocumented feature, Undocumented function
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Accessing the Matlab Editor

The Matlab Editor can be accessed programmatically, for a wide variety of possible uses – this article shows how.

Categories: Desktop, High risk of breaking in future versions, Java
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Updating speaker sound volume

Matlab enables setting the speaker volume via documented Java calls

Categories: GUI, Java, Low risk of breaking in future versions
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Performance: scatter vs. line

In many circumstances, the line function can generate visually-identical plots as the scatter function, much faster

Categories: Handle graphics, Low risk of breaking in future versions, Memory, Stock Matlab function
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Undocumented scatter plot behavior

The scatter plot function has an undocumented behavior when plotting more than 100 points: it returns a single unified patch object handle, rather than a patch handle for each specific point as it returns with 100 or less points.

Categories: Handle graphics, Medium risk of breaking in future versions, Stock Matlab function, Undocumented feature
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uicontrol side-effect: removing figure toolbar

Matlab’s built-in uicontrol function has a side-effect of removing the figure toolbar. This was undocumented until lately. This article describes the side-effect behavior and how to fix it.

Categories: Figure window, GUI, Low risk of breaking in future versions, Stock Matlab function, UI controls, Undocumented feature
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