Create a uitable with dynamic rows in GUIDE

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yu yue
yu yue on 26 Oct 2016
Answered: Image Analyst on 5 Nov 2016
I'm writing a GUI with GUIDE.
I wanted to create a table with dynamic features. For example: I input an integer [i]. How can I tell Matlab to create [i] rows in my table? The columns are fixed. How can I dynamically change variable 'd' to [i x 7]?
f = figure;
d={[],[],[],[],[],false,[];[],[],[],[],[],false,[];[],[],[],[],[],false,[];[],[],[],[],[],false,[];[],[],[],[],[],false,[];[],[],[],[],[],false,[];[],[],[],[],[],false,[];[],[],[],[],[],false,[];[],[],[],[],[],false,[]};
columnformat = {'numeric', 'numeric','numeric','numeric','numeric','logical','numeric'};
columneditable = [ true true true true true true true];
rowname = {'1','2','3','4','5','6','7','8','9'};
t = uitable(f,'Data',d,...
'ColumnName', [],...
'ColumnFormat', columnformat,...
'ColumnEditable', columneditable,...
'RowName',rowname,'Position',[15 20 550 300]);
Thank you.

Accepted Answer

Nick Counts
Nick Counts on 5 Nov 2016
Edited: Nick Counts on 5 Nov 2016
You can define a default row cell and use repmat() to build a cell array of the size you want:
i = 7
defaultRow = {[],[],[],[],[],false,[]}
d = repmat(defaultRow, [i,1])
Hope that helps

More Answers (1)

Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 5 Nov 2016
Just make up d and set the data property of the uitable equal to d. The table will spring-adjust to the same number of rows as d has.

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