Category Archives: Low risk of breaking in future versions

Unlikely to break in future Matlab versions. Usually indicates a supported but mis-documented feature or a feature in very wide use throughout the Matlab system. If it does break in a future Matlab version, then a warning message is likely to appear before the feature completely breaks in some yet-more-future version.

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Better MEX error messages

The default clunky and release-incompatible MEX error messages can be improved using a simple hack.

Categories: Guest bloggers, Low risk of breaking in future versions, Mex, Undocumented feature
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Simple GUI Tabs for Advanced Matlab Trading App

A new File Exchange utility enables to easily design GUI tabs using Matlab’s GUIDE

Categories: GUI, Low risk of breaking in future versions, Toolbox
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Quirks with compiled Matlab DLLs

Several quirks with Matlab-compiled DLLs are discussed and workarounds suggested.

Categories: Guest bloggers, Low risk of breaking in future versions, Undocumented feature
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Convolution performance

Matlab’s internal implementation of convolution can often be sped up significantly using the Convolution Theorem.

Categories: Low risk of breaking in future versions, Stock Matlab function, Undocumented feature
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Graphic sizing in Matlab R2015b

Matlab release R2015b’s new “DPI-aware” nature broke some important functionality. Here’s what can be done…

Categories: Figure window, Guest bloggers, GUI, Handle graphics, Low risk of breaking in future versions, Stock Matlab function, Undocumented feature
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Solving a Matlab MCOS bug

Matlab has a bug with handling multi-element class-access constructs. This post explains the problem and solution.

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Hyperlink text labels

Hyperlink labels can easily be added to Matlab GUIs.

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Callback functions performance

Using anonymous functions in Matlab callbacks can be very painful for performance. Today’s article explains how this can be avoided.

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Accessing internal Java class members

Java inner classes and enumerations can be used in Matlab with a bit of tweaking.

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Using linkaxes vs. linkprop

linkaxes has a built-in limitation, so using linkprop may sometimes be beneficial.

Categories: Handle graphics, Hidden property, Listeners, Low risk of breaking in future versions, Stock Matlab function, Undocumented feature
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