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Dispaly zpk output to a panel in a GUI instead of the command line.

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I really like the zpk display at the command line, such as:
sys =
0.010696 z (z-1) (z-0.9987) (z+0.07142)
z^2 (z-1) (z-0.4199)
Sample time: 2.6882e-05 seconds
Discrete-time zero/pole/gain model.
I want to get that same text written on a panel in a GUI. How can do that?
Dick Curran
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Mathieu NOE
Mathieu NOE on 19 Nov 2020
there are probably many possibilities
i would suggest to look at plt created by Paul Mennen
beside being a very useful package for displaying data , yiu can also create lots of nice GUI
hope it helps

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Accepted Answer

Rashed Mohammed
Rashed Mohammed on 24 Nov 2020
Hi Dick Curran
You can use the evalc function to store the output in a variable and then use it in a uitextarea to display the output in a figure/panel. Below is an example you can find helpful
sys = zpk(zeros,poles,gain,ts);
output = evalc('sys');
fig = uifigure;
p = uipanel(fig);
txt = uitextarea(p,'Value',output);
Hope this helps.

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