Publication date: 11/10/2021

The MATLAB interfaces are scriptable using a MATLAB connection object. Use the MATLAB Connect() JSL function to obtain a scriptable MATLAB connection object. See Work with MATLAB in the Scripting Guide.

Controls the execution of MATLAB.

Returns

None.

Optional Global Arguments

Echo(Boolean)

Echo MATLAB source lines to the JMP Log window.

Visible(Boolean)

Determine whether to show or hide the active MATLAB workspace.

Description

Disconnects this MATLAB integration interface connection.

Submits MATLAB code to the active global MATLAB integration interface connection given a list of inputs and upon completion a list of outputs are retrieved.

Returns

0 if successful, otherwise nonzero.

Required Arguments

{list of inputs}

Positional, name list. List of JMP variable names to be sent to MATLAB as inputs.

{list of outputs}

Positional, name list. List of JMP variable names to be retrieved from MATLAB as outputs.

mCode

Positional, quoted string. The MATLAB code to submit.

Optional Named Arguments

Expand(Boolean)

Performs an Eval Insert on the MATLAB code prior to submission.

Echo(Boolean)

Echos MATLAB source lines to the JMP Log window. Default is true.

Gets the last graphic object written to the MATLAB graph display window. The graphic object can be returned in several graphic formats.

Returns

JMP Picture object.

Optional Argument

format

Positional. The quoted format the MATLAB graph display window contents are to be converted to. Valid formats are "png", "bmp", "jpeg", "jpg", "tiff", and "tif".

Gets the current version of the installed MATLAB.

Returns

Matrix, returns a vector of length 3 containing the MATLAB version number.

Description

Gets a named variable from MATLAB to JMP.

Returns

Value of named variable.

Required Argument

name

The name of a JMP variable to be retrieved from MATLAB.

Description

Determines whether connection is active.

Returns

1 if connected, otherwise 0.

Description

Maps a JMP variable name to its corresponding MATLAB variable name using MATLAB variable name naming rules.

Returns

A quoted string, a mapped MATLAB name.

Required Argument

jmp name

Positional. The name of a JMP variable to be sent to MATLAB.

Description

Sends the named variable from JMP to MATLAB.

Returns

0 if successful, otherwise nonzero.

Required Argument

name

Positional. The name of a JMP variable to be sent to MATLAB.

Named Arguments

The following arguments are for data tables only:

Selected(Boolean)

Send selected rows from the referenced data table to MATLAB.

Excluded(Boolean)

Send only excluded rows from the referenced data table to MATLAB.

Labeled(Boolean)

Send only labeled rows from the referenced data table to MATLAB.

Hidden(Boolean)

Send only hidden rows from the referenced data table to MATLAB.

Colored(Boolean)

Send only colored rows from the referenced data table to MATLAB.

Markered(Boolean)

Send only markered rows from the referenced data table to MATLAB.

Row States (Boolean, <named arguments>)

Send row states from referenced data table to MATLAB by adding an additional data column named “RowState”. Create multiple selections by adding together individual settings. The row state consists of individual settings with the following values:

– Selected = 1

– Excluded = 2

– Labeled = 4

– Hidden = 8

– Colored = 16

– Markered = 32

Row State Optional Named Arguments

The following optional, named Row States arguments are supported:

Colors(Boolean)

Send row colors. Adds additional data column named “RowStateColor”.

Markers(Boolean)

Send row markers. Adds additional data column named “RowStateMarker”.

Description

Submits MATLAB code to the active global MATLAB integration interface connection.

Returns

0 if successful, otherwise nonzero.

Required Argument

mCode

Positional quoted string. The MATLAB code to submit.

Named Arguments

Expand(Boolean)

Perform an Eval Insert on the MATLAB code prior to submission.

Echo(Boolean)

Echo MATLAB source lines to the JMP log. The default is true.

Description

Submits statements to MATLAB using a quoted path.

Returns

0 if successful, otherwise nonzero.

Arguments

path

Positional quoted string. The path to a file containing the MATLAB source lines to be executed.

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