# Doug's MATLAB Video Tutorials

## Introduction to GUI building with GUIDE in MATLAB

As we approach video number three hundred on this blog, I thought it was time to remake the original video that got this all started. I still refer people to it on a weekly basis. This shows you how to make a simple GUI in MATLAB.

The basics of GUIDE are:

• Lay out controls of the GUI
• Wire up callbacks, the function that runs when you interact with the controls
• Gather data from the controls

This series shows these basic skills. They allow you to make a wide array of GUIs very easily.

### 2 Responses to “Introduction to GUI building with GUIDE in MATLAB”

1. Claudio Gelmi replied on :

Thanks Doug for the remake of a classic! I started using Guide after watching your original video back in 2005 :)

2. doug replied on :

That is great! Thanks. It is good to know these are making a real difference for people.

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