From my last post, I am write about how to create Matlab Progressbar using Matlab waitbar function. In this post, I want to write how to create New Matlab Progressbar with more complete feature (colour, time to finishing computation, support multi progressbar, etc). I dont create this script, but I get this script when searhing at www.mathworks.com. This is some of figure from this New Matlab Progressbar script :
We can change width and height from this New Matlab Progressbar by editing file progessbar.m at line 180 to 183. Change this line and check how your New Matlab Progressbar changed.
This is a method how to implementated this New Matlab Progressbar in our code, copy this code and try to running this code from your Matlab program :
% Single bar m = 500; progressbar % Init single bar for i = 1:m pause(0.01) % Do something important progressbar(i/m) % Update progress bar end % Simple multi bar (update one bar at a time) m = 4; n = 3; p = 100; progressbar(0,0,0) % Init 3 bars for i = 1:m progressbar(,0) % Reset 2nd bar for j = 1:n progressbar(,,0) % Reset 3rd bar for k = 1:p pause(0.01) % Do something important progressbar(,,k/p) % Update 3rd bar end progressbar(,j/n) % Update 2nd bar end progressbar(i/m) % Update 1st bar end % Fancy multi bar (use labels and update all bars at once) m = 4; n = 3; p = 100; progressbar('Monte Carlo Trials','Simulation','Component') % Init 3 bars for i = 1:m for j = 1:n for k = 1:p pause(0.01) % Do something important % Update all bars frac3 = k/p; frac2 = ((j-1) + frac3) / n; frac1 = ((i-1) + frac2) / m; progressbar(frac1, frac2, frac3) end end end
You can download New Matlab Progressbar complete source code at here. Thank to Steve Hoelzer for share this beautiful New Matlab Progressbar.