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This function adds a new menu item in the current figure for easy import/copy of one (or all) plot line of another figure. Usage:

1- The destination figure must be the current (making a click over the figure)
2- In MATLAB prompt write >> getfigure
Then a new menu option appears in the current figure
3- If we want to add all data lines from another figure (or make a duplicate) select 'Get de complete Figure'



Basic template for pen / mouse graphical input processing.

Press the pen or click the button of the mouse to draw/write anything. Pass over the red area call to an interpreter function

process_data(x_pen,y_pen)



Gameplay 1.0

If you have Windows + MatLab (>6.0) + Webcam + Free time you are very lucky!

Yes, because you can play Space Invaders or Breakout interactively so? move your body!

You just need to download and...



Dirk-Jan KroonThis function opens an image file containing a plot. Then the origin, maximum X and Y axis, and data points can be manually and automatically selected to obtain a new vectorial plot (the animated screenshot shows the menus...



hm407.m is a function to read (using the serial port) the signal visualized in a Hameg HM407 digital oscilloscope.