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fig = som_show_gui(input,varargin)
SOM_SHOW_GUI A GUI for using SOM_SHOW and associated functions. h = som_show_gui(sM); Input and output arguments: sM (struct) a map struct: the SOM to visualize h (scalar) a handle to the GUI figure This is a graphical user interface to make the usage of SOM_SHOW and associated functions somewhat easier for beginning users of the SOM Toolbox. How to use the GUI: 1. Start the GUI by giving command som_show_gui(sM); 2. Build a list of visualization planes using the buttons ('Add components', etc.) on the right - the options associated with each of the planes can be modified by selecting a plane from the list, and pressing the 'Plane options' button - the controls below the list apply to all planes - the subplot grid size can be controlled using the 'subplots' field on top right corner, e.g. '4 3' to get 4 times 3 grid 3. To visualize the planes, press the 'Visualize' button on the bottom. 4. To add hits, labels, trajectories (or comets) to the visualization, or clear them, or reset the colorbars, see the tools available from the 'Tools' menu. - the arguments to those tools are either given in the tool, or read from the workspace ('Select variable' buttons) - the tools always apply to the latest figure created by the GUI 5. To quit, press the 'Close' button on the bottom. Known bugs: - Especially when using the adding tools, you can easily give arguments which do not fit each other, and this results in a lengthy (and often cryptic) error message. In such a case, check the arguments you are giving to see if there's something wrong with them. See function SOM_SHOW_ADD for more information on how the options can be set. - The default values in the adding tools may not be very reasonable: you may have to try out different values for e.g. markersize before getting the kind of result you want. SOM_SHOW_GUI has two subfunctions: VIS_SHOW_GUI_COMP and VIS_SHOW_GUI_TOOL. These are for internal use of SOM_SHOW_GUI. See also SOM_SHOW, SOM_SHOW_ADD, SOM_SHOW_CLEAR, SOM_RECOLORBAR.