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How do I put a uitable in a tiledlayout?

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Ben
Ben am 23 Mai 2024
Kommentiert: Matt J am 31 Mai 2024
Hello,
I'm trying to graph some data in a particular way. I need to make the same 4 plots over a variable number of iterations of data and put them all into one fixed-size figure. I need one of these 4 plots to be a table displaying some info about the data. I tried using uitable, but it errors when you try to pass it a tiled layout as it's parent. I could put the figure handle as the parent, but that seems difficult to position and size correctly.
How can I accomplish what I'm trying to do? Is there an alternative to uitable I could use?
Here is my example code and output:
%variable number of data files to plot; could be 4,8, or 15
thingsToPlot=8;
%creates square for tiles depending on # of files; 2x for double wide plots
n=2*ceil(sqrt(thingsToPlot));
%Parent Figure; Size must stay the same to allow exporting to ppt to be consistent
fig = figure('Name','Example','NumberTitle','off','units','inches','Position',[4 2 10 6.4]);
%Tiled layout parent container, child of fig
TL=tiledlayout(fig,n,n,'TileSpacing','tight');
for i=1:thingsToPlot
%Child container; Need to plot a 2x2 tile for each file and it in parent container
tl=tiledlayout(TL,2,2,'Padding','tight','TileSpacing','tight');
tl.Title.String=['Iteration ' num2str(i)];
%double wide tiles so they're more visible;
tl.Layout.TileSpan=[2 2];
%Positioning math to make the 2x2 tiles fit and sequence correctly
pos=2*i-1;
tl.Layout.Tile=pos+n*floor(pos/n);
%example data
data=rand(3,5);
nexttile(tl)
plot(data(1,:))
nexttile(tl)
plot(data(2,:))
nexttile(tl)
plot(data(3,:))
nexttile(tl)
tab=table();
tab.A=data(1,:);
tab.B=data(2,:);
tab.C=data(3,:);
%want to put a table here
% uit=uitable(tl,tab);
end

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Catalytic
Catalytic am 28 Mai 2024
Must it be a table that the user can modify interactively? If not, then you could use the attached non-UI version of uitable (courtesy of ChatGPT).
%variable number of data files to plot; could be 4,8, or 15
thingsToPlot=8;
%creates square for tiles depending on # of files; 2x for double wide plots
n=2*ceil(sqrt(thingsToPlot));
%Parent Figure; Size must stay the same to allow exporting to ppt to be consistent
fig = figure('Name','Example','NumberTitle','off','units','inches','Position',[4 2 10 6.4]);
%Tiled layout parent container, child of fig
TL=tiledlayout(fig,n,n,'TileSpacing','tight');
for i=1:thingsToPlot
%Child container; Need to plot a 2x2 tile for each file and it in parent container
tl=tiledlayout(TL,2,2,'Padding','tight','TileSpacing','tight');
tl.Title.String=['Iteration ' num2str(i)];
%double wide tiles so they're more visible;
tl.Layout.TileSpan=[2 2];
%Positioning math to make the 2x2 tiles fit and sequence correctly
pos=2*i-1;
tl.Layout.Tile=pos+n*floor(pos/n);
%example data
data=rand(3,5);
nexttile(tl)
plot(data(1,:))
nexttile(tl)
plot(data(2,:))
nexttile(tl)
plot(data(3,:))
ax=nexttile(tl);
axisTable(ax, data',{'A','B','C'})
end
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Ben
Ben am 31 Mai 2024
I can't change the dimensions of the figure because it needs to be exported to a powerpoint.
I was able to get somewhere by changing the decimal format and messing with the axis positions, so now it's legible.
Matt J
Matt J am 31 Mai 2024
@Ben you should Accept-click Catalytic's answer if you managed to get it working for you.

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Matt J
Matt J am 24 Mai 2024
Bearbeitet: Matt J am 24 Mai 2024
If you are going to be inserting uitables, it would be advisable to use UI graphics elements everywhere else too,
fig=uifigure;
G=uigridlayout(fig,[3,3]);
k=0;
for i=1:8
p=uipanel(G,'Title',"Iteration "+i);
g=uigridlayout(p,[2,2]);
for j=1:3
k=k+1;
ax(k) = uiaxes(g);
end
uitable(g,'Data',rand(3,3));
end
for i=1:numel(ax)
plot(ax(i),rand(1,5));
end
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Ben
Ben am 28 Mai 2024
I don't really like the look of these uifigures. Can I put ui tables in nested layouts, Matt?
Matt J
Matt J am 28 Mai 2024
Bearbeitet: Matt J am 29 Mai 2024
No, but you can set the uipanel properties so that the figure looks more like a conventional tildedlayout, e.g.,
p=uipanel(G,'Title',"Iteration "+i,...
'TitlePosition','centertop','FontSize',16,'BorderWidth',0);

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