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App Designer: How to plot graph from own function into UIAxess?

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I have a few functions of different cartographic projections together with orthodrome and loxodrome in individual scripts (function in m-file). The coordinates of the points of both curves are at the input. When I run the function, a graph window pops up.
In the App Designer, when I press the calculation button (výpočet), I would need to display the graph in UIAxess and not in a pop-up. I'm a new in App Designer and I don't know how to do it. Here is a sample:
In school we have a project, so sorry that the script is half in Czech.
Thank you for answer.

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Joseph Cheng
Joseph Cheng on 9 Nov 2021
Edited: Joseph Cheng on 9 Nov 2021
if you look at the plot() function or any other display/plotting tools like imagesc(), image(), imshow(), etc... the first entry can be the target axis handle. so in app designer the default tag for the axes is app.UIAxes like in your commented out line plot(app.UIAXes,......) which tells plot to put the plot in the app.UIAXes. otherwise matlab appdesigner will open up a new figure. you can get the tag/name by looking at the design view and clicking on highlighted name.
Anna Chrbolková
Anna Chrbolková on 9 Nov 2021
That's a problem. In each function of projection I have define various parallels and meridians. My functions give me everything I need:
My function gives me a plot of parallels, meridians, orthodromes and loxodromes - all this I need in UIAxes. So I can't change output to variables.Or Can I? What would it look like then?
Grace on 13 Dec 2022
Hello Anna,
Did you get the answer to your question I have tried so many ways so far but no solution. If you got it right, Kindly help. However, i am using the control chart function.
Thank you.

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