EDIT: Also, you wouldn't necessarily need output arguments for the methods of the handle class.
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If you do this, remember to overlap the "old" lineseries and "active" lineseries by one point, so that they connect.
Essentially: function update Plot(obj, prop Num) X = get(obj. LHactive(prop Num), 'YData'); X(end 1) = obj.(dyn Props).newest Data(1); Y(end 1) = obj.(dyn Props).newest Data(2); if numel(X) 100 Xold = [get(obj.
EDIT: Updated OP with actual code I'm working with, rather than using a generic example that's up for misinterpretation.
The amount of data you're handling in each update, is large (although only a single point is actually changing), making your code O(N^2).
The code looks approximately like: However, if I could make Matlab call all these callbacks recursively (like a "validate tree" function), I wouldn't have to call "set" for each text field.
but that would give me separate line handles every time, each corresponding to a single point.
It might be that there's no way to make plotting incoming points any faster, but I figured I'd ask.
What is the easiest way to update to the newest release on Windows 10? The installer will also not require that your MATLAB R2017a be closed.
You can have both versions running at the same time in different windows.
I have tried refresh(h) and drawnow(), with no luck.