How to show variables workspace in a figure?

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Hey, is there a possibility to display a certain variables workspace in a figure? I have some Dicom-variables (medical format) which are structure variables include an enormous number of fields and substructures which I'd like to display similiar to the workspace. I thought of just display the content in a table, but then I would loose the substructure. Any ideas? Thanks in advance

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John BG
John BG on 18 Apr 2016
Herr Mueller, Servus
try
S=whos
S contains the workspace variables, than you can store in a .mat file or export elsewhere.
viel spas
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thanks in advance
John

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 14 Apr 2016
You can use text() or you can use annotation()
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 18 Apr 2016
You can use text() or you can use annotation(), or you can use uitable(). You can use evalc() to generate the strings to text into place or to set in the cell array that you set as the Data property of the uitable. You can call your update code under any circumstances that are appropriate.
If I need to be more explicit: there is no documented way to embed the MATLAB variable browser inside a GUI. If it can be done at all, it would have to be at the Java level.

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