How MATLAB Graphical User Interface GUI Works – MATLAB Coding

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The MATLAB Graphical User Interface GUI plays a vital role while designing MATLAB Projects on the implementation of code from top to bottom approach, taking all inputs and outputs under MATLAB coding consideration. MATLAB GUI helps to create a list of programs in a single window, where you can opt out all designed inputs to expected outputs.

Graphical User Interface Window:

The MATLAB GUIDE interface.

WHY GUI USE:

GUI is a Graphical User Interface used to implement the code in an easy manner simply selecting available tools as shown in above figure. 

  • Select Option
  • Push Button
  • Slider Button
  • Radio Button
  • Check Box
  • Pop-up Menu
  • Listbox
  • Toggle Button
  • Table
  • Axis
  • Panel

These are the buttons are used for implementation of the code.

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HOW IT WORKS:

AXIS BUTTON:

Axis is a creating axis of both directions (X and Y axis, Say; X-axis follows time period in seconds and Y-axis follows voltage or amplitude). The output waveform is displayed in Continous or discrete manner.

MATLAB GUI Axis

RADIO BUTTON:

Radio is nothing but choosing different options to display output, for example: if the code has multiple outputs in a single program, then here you can use Radio button for multiple output generation.

PUSH BUTTON:

Push button it’s like a creating to execute a program or RUN the implemented program.

LISTBOX:

Adding a list of inputs or options here.

TABLE:

Creation of table like a MS- Excel format, it helps to import and export code parameters.

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