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Is it possible to create a UI around MATLAB functions in C++?

Asked by Ivan Chowdhury on 31 Aug 2018
Latest activity Commented on by Titus Edelhofer on 31 Aug 2018
Hello. I created a bunch of MATLAB functions revolving around experimenting with vectors - Gram Schmidt Orthogonalization, plotting a matrix of column vectors, displaying matrix properties, projecting a vector onto a subspace, etc.. I'm wondering if it's possible to create an app UI in C++ (or any other high-level programming language) that calls each of the MATLAB functions and displays their outputs? Are there resources or guides I could use to achieve this? Thank you.

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Answer by Titus Edelhofer on 31 Aug 2018
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Hi Ivan,
there are several possibilities: you can use MATLAB Compiler SDK to create a shared library that you can link to your C++ application. Another possibility is to use the MATLAB engine approach (<https://uk.mathworks.com/help/matlab/Cpp-api.html see doc>). Advantage: you don't need the Compiler SDK (in case you haven't got access to it), disadvantage though: if you want to share your code/application with others, the other needs to have MATLAB installed as well.
Titus

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Another approach of course would be to use MATLAB as your high-level programming language to create the UI as well :).

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