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Building a GUI to read, modify and write an Excel file. 1/4 2

Posted by Doug Hull,

This is the first in a series of videos that will go through the process of planing and implementation of a simple GUI. Realistically, I would not plan out a GUI this simple, but the idea is to show what my planning process is on a simple example. The purpose of this GUI is to:
  1. Select an Excel file and read it into the MATLAB workspace
  2. Modify the data that came from the file. In this case by multiplying by a scalar
  3. Write the modified data into an Excel file with a name derived from the original filename
The first video is all about the planning of the GUI.

The second video creates the low-level functions needed to implement the functionality

The third video creates a single m-file that runs the low-level functions

The final video implements the simple GUI discussed here, calling the functions created above.

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Naor replied on : 1 of 2
Doug, The video link is mixed up with last week's video, but only in the main blog page https://blogs.mathworks.com/videos/. If you first go to https://blogs.mathworks.com/videos/2009/05/15/building-a-gui-to-read-modify-and-write-an-excel-file-14/ you get the correct video.
dhull replied on : 2 of 2
Naor, Thank you for pointing this out. I have noticed this only occurs for Internet explorer. We are investigating a solution. Thanks, Doug