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Topic: Matlab weirdness
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Jonathan Allan

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Matlab weirdness
Posted: Feb 22, 2012 11:47 AM
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I have a few questions related to running Matlab on two different computers. I recently installed Matlab on my new machine with Matlab R2011b, 64-bit (win64); the other machine has R2011a. Install occurred without a hitch.

The first relates to use of the "waitbar" function in a piece of code. On my machine (2011b), a warning is issued when the waitbar option is executed i.e."Warning: axes YTickLabels has been renamed YTickLabel for consistency with all other
mode/value property pairs, whose root names are singular, not plural. In Waitbar at 37.
On the other machine this message does not show. Is there a way to suppress this message?

The second issue is I have tried running the full code on the two machines. On my machine (R2011b) the code runs and then hangs. On the other machine (R2011a) it executes fine, with no warnings/messages. Any reason why this would occur?

Third, why does this code not work on my new machine, but works on the old machine...
load C:\DATA\DOGAMI_projects\FEMA - CLATSOP CTY\temp\buoys\46089_Tillamook\tm_46089_pst_H0.mat;
buoy2=tm_46089;
Error using load
Unknown command option.

whereas this works fine...
cd ('C:\DATA\DOGAMI_projects\FEMA - CLATSOP CTY\temp\buoys\46089_Tillamook')
data = load('tm_46089_pst_H0.mat'); buoy2=data.tm_46089;

This is all a little puzzling. Should I try reinstalling Matlab?

Thanks
Jon



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