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On the gaussian fit i used "polyfit" which gives you en absolut one solution, but have some problems fitting non-linear model.

In the attached file example i use "nlinfit", which can fit any kind of function that you want. the problem is that you need to give here a starting point.

"main.m" include the example code to use nlinfit.

"data.txt" is data (x,y) that needed to...



This example demonstrate 3 different things:
1. How to stop and start a loop in Gui
2. How to change the default Gui icon
3. How to build from that an EXE program



[sigma,mu,A]=mygaussfit(x,y)
[sigma,mu,A]=mygaussfit(x,y,h)

this function is doing fit to the function
y=A * exp( -(x-mu)^2 / (2*sigma^2) )

the fitting is been done by a polyfit
the lan of the data.