We are always looking for interesting MATLAB code. Your examples help us understand all the things people do in MATLAB and they help us plan for future enhancements. With that in mind, we'd like to ask you to think about interesting graphics or UIs you've produced with MATLAB. We are looking for highly customized UIs or complicated graphics that show off the power of MATLAB.
Any code that you send us will be used for internal purposes only.
However, we may contact you to see if you are interested in letting us use your example as inspiration for an addition to the MATLAB Plot Gallery or as a part of a follow-up guest blog post. If you don't want to be contacted, please let us know.
To help inspire you, here are some complex visualizations from the MATLAB File Exchange
and here are some interesting applications examples.
And...if you are just getting started using graphics or making applications in MATLAB, here are some of our favorite resources to help get you up and running in no time:
So please look for graphics or GUI examples that you are really proud of and that show off the power of MATLAB. Please email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or post a link in the comments here. If possible, try to include all the code and data required to run your application or to create your special plot or graphic.
Thanks to Loren for letting us make our request on her blog.
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I made a GUI for viewing changes of parameters one- and two-dimensional dynamical systems:
It’s on the FEX if you prefer, though without the pretty Markdown readme: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/40812-dynamical-system-viewer
Christ no line breaks in the comments, huh?
Scratch that, I guess just no line breaks in the comments preview…
A true polar plot is something that Matlab should have had years ago. I’ve survived thanks to the great work of Duane Hanselman, but this is something that should truly have been implemented in core Matlab. Actually, looking at the code in mathworks polar.m is pretty indicative of how little effort has been placed here. It doesn’t even allow accessing the labels without serious kludge.
That’s my $0.02
I wrote quite a complex GUI for teaching introductory computer science a while back. It’s at http://www.mathworks.co.uk/matlabcentral/fileexchange/22593-extended-brookshear-machine-emulator-and-assembler. I used it with great success for several courses.
It hasn’t had any interest from the community, perhaps because it isn’t typical of the kinds of problems usually solved with MATLAB. I’d welcome comments though – I’m sure there is much that I could have done more neatly.