Join Patrick Royal for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating responsive programs, part of Learning MATLAB.
As a highly technical formula based computing language. …MATLAB is perhaps less dependent on user input then languages like Java or C++ …that are often based around the gooey. However, it still has several important …commands that can be used to wait for and process user input. …For this video we'll use the responsive practice dot m file and exercise files. …This is a simple script that calculate a number of sample statistic from a set of …stock prices. But right now everything is calculated immediately.…
Running a function will immediately output a list of all of the sample …statistics including a plot. It is more user friendly though to …calculate one result at a time, waiting for user input between each one. …The simplest function that can do this is pause. …This function, which requires no input pauses your script to stop until the user …presses any key. Adding a numerical input in the form of …pause parentheses and then a number causes the program to wait for that …number of seconds and then continue on its own.…
- Installing MATLAB
- Working with MATLAB variables
- Working with matrix and scalar operations
- Creating functions
- Understanding performance considerations
- Building basic plots
- Creating responsive programs
- Editing variables manually
- Working with the Statistics Toolbox
Skill Level Intermediate
1. General Concepts
2. Core MATLAB Syntax
3. Programming in MATLAB
4. Data Representations
5. External Toolboxes
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