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How do I add a Table in App Designer?

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Sree il 16 Nov 2018
Commentato: Adam Danz il 9 Mag 2023
With due respect, the instructions for App Designer are at best counter-intuitive and hermetic. For example, how to create a Table with 3 columns and 3 rows (besides the row of column headings), name columns AND rows, and populate the cells with Default values. Make these cell data entries editable by the user when running the app. The app sould take these Table data (and other data from the Slider, Knob, etc.), run a code that generates a plot.
I am stuck in trying to add Row Names. The User Community advises I need to add Table data first. But there seems to be no place in Design View to add such data!
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Adam Danz
Adam Danz il 20 Nov 2018
If you share that snippet of code I might be able to help. Also, I'll move the response to the 'answers' section so others may find it useful in the future.
ibenitoseb il 10 Mar 2020
Here is a tutorial on adding rows and columns to tables in app designer:

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz il 20 Nov 2018
Modificato: Adam Danz il 20 Nov 2018
To add data to a UItable in App Designer, use the startupFcn() after creating the table in the UI.
  1. From the App Designer in design mode, right click anywhere on your app background, hover your mouse over 'callbacks', and add a startupFcn callback.
  2. Go to Code View and you'll see the startupFcn. Add your data to your table there. Refer to the documentation below to change other properties of the table.
app.UITable.Data = {1 2 3 4};
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Luca Re
Luca Re il 8 Mag 2023
I read your link but couldn't find it
Adam Danz
Adam Danz il 9 Mag 2023
In the link, see the image in the first step. You must select your app in the component browser.

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Paul Macey
Paul Macey il 17 Giu 2020
Modificato: Paul Macey il 17 Giu 2020
Should really have a way to initalize in properties with at least one empty row.....
Here's what I did in the app startupFcn
app.ColorsUITable.Data = cell(1,length(app.ColorsUITable.ColumnName));
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Adam Danz
Adam Danz il 18 Giu 2020
That is the way to initialize a table with 1 empty row.
For some data types you can use <missing>

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Eric Sargent
Eric Sargent il 9 Dic 2020
You can edit the RowName, ColumnName and ColumnEditable Properties of a UITable from the Property Inspector of App Designer.
You cannot add Data to a UITable from the Design View of App Designer, you will need to add the data in a StartupFcn (or other callback). For example
function startupFcn(app)
app.UITable.Data = rand(2,4);
Will result in:
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Kristina Francke
Kristina Francke il 1 Feb 2023
Modificato: Kristina Francke il 1 Feb 2023
what if i want to add a value in Column 1 row Two only?
Adam Danz
Adam Danz il 1 Feb 2023
Modificato: Adam Danz il 1 Feb 2023
app.UITable.Data(2,1) = value;

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