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I need to control Ansys Workbench Parameters from a GUI like Matlab. Could you please help?

I need to control Ansys Workbench Parameters from a GUI like Matlab. Could you please help?

I need to control Ansys Workbench Parameters from a GUI like Matlab. Could you please help?

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Help me with the program in any GUI which takes input parameters and run 'Ansys workbench mechanical' in the background and gives output values to our GUI.

I was able to do this in Excel using Python script. But, I need to do this task in some GUI (like Matlab) and not excel.

I was also able to link Ansys Workbench and Matlab using following code:
!"C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\v170\ansys\bin\winx64\ANSYS170.exe" -b -pANSYSUL -i "Input text file location" -o "Output text file location"

It ran successfully and generated db and rst files which can be opened in Mechanical APDL.

But, I need a platform in Matlab or any GUI where I can enter INPUT values and get OUTPUT values from Ansys.

Kindly help me to achieve this!

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