gdrawnow

Below is a demonstration of the features of the gdrawnow function

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Syntax

gdrawnow;

Description

The gdrawnow function is similar to the drawnow command but also activates the vcw widget if present for the current figure window. Note that activation of vcw also hides the axis interactive toolbars.

See also: drawnow

Examples

clear; close all; clc;

Calling gdrawnow equivalent to drawnow

Some example data

[X,Y,Z]=peaks(25);
figure; %Opens default MATLAB figure without vcw button
surf(X,Y,Z); %Visualize something in an axis
axisGeom; %Set axis options for geometry viewing
gdrawnow; %Fully equivalent to drawnow

Calling gdrawnow to drawnow and also activate existing vcw button

cFigure; %Opens a cFigure window which contains the vcw button
surf(X,Y,Z); %Visualize something in an axis
axisGeom; %Set axis options for geometry viewing
gdrawnow; %drawnow + vcw activation

Calling gdrawnow to drawnow and activate vcw repeatedly

This example shows repeated calls to gdrawnow for a figure window e.g. when creating subplots.

cFigure;
for i=1:1:2
    for j=1:1:2
        q=sub2ind([2,2],i,j);
        subplot(2,2,q); hold on;
        surf(X,Y,Z);
        colorbar;
        axisGeom;
        gdrawnow; %drawnow + vcw activation
    end
end

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