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Code Listing by Daniel Claxton

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GSPLINE(FIG) draws a spline by left - clicking the mouse at the control
points of the spline in the figure FIG. Right clicking will end the spline.

H = GSPLINE(FIG) Returns the handle to the line.

GSPLINE with no input arguments draws in the current figure.



WORKBAR Graphically monitors progress of calculations
WORKBAR(X) creates and displays the workbar with the fractional length
"X". It is an alternative to the built-in matlab function WAITBAR,
Featuring:
- Doesn't...



UITHUMB creates thumbnails from images listed in a specified directory. It's not nearly as fast as programs like photoshop, but for those who don't mind or don't have the means, this gets the job done. I wrote it specifically to create thumbnails...



UIEDIT multi-line edit box
UIEDIT invokes a GUI object which is similar to the edit box available
in GUIDE. The major difference is that the edit object in GUIDE does
not allow the user to input more than one line of text.
...



GCIRCLE(FIG) draws a circle by clicking the mouse at the center and at some distance away in the figure FIG.

H = GCIRCLE(FIG) Returns the handle to the line.

GCIRCLE with no input arguments draws in the current figure.



For use with the NURBS toolbox, GNURBS allows the user to have an intuitive manipulation of a NURBS surface/curve via control points.

example:
% Graphically manipulate test surface
gnurbs