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help about matlab's gui

help about matlab's gui

help about matlab's gui

I'm an italian guy and i ask for help about GUI. I'm a chemical engineering with a poor knowledge of programming language. My questions are:
1) Can I put a figure in a GUI (for example reactor.jpg)?
2) Can I create an animation using only GUI (and not other programs, for example Java)?
3) I would to open another window with a pushbutton: what is the script I must to put in for do it?
thank you for help.

RE: help about matlab's gui

1) Look up imread.m
2) Not sure
3) The pushbutton 'Callback' property is used to assign the action the program will execute when pressing the button.  I suggest assigning a new function in the Callback that opens your new window.

RE: help about matlab's gui

for the animation you can try the functions:
getframe & movie

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