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Matlab version compatibility
rmcintosh
Posted on 01/14/15 08:46:48
Number of posts: 385
rmcintosh posts:

Hi everyone,

Please note that the latest version of MATLAB (2014B), has changed the graphics engine and as a result the plsgui will not work well.  It will take us some time to fix this, so in the interim, I would suggest you stick with the previous release of MATLAB if you want to use the GUI.  The command-line version is unaffected.

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nlobaugh
Posted on 04/17/16 18:07:53
Number of posts: 227
nlobaugh replies:

From Jan 2015:

randy posts:

Hi everyone,

Please note that the latest version of MATLAB (2014B), has changed the graphics engine and as a result the plsgui will not work well.  It will take us some time to fix this, so in the interim, I would suggest you stick with the previous release of MATLAB if you want to use the GUI.  The command-line version is unaffected.

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We are in the process of moving the program to python to avoid these upgrade-related issues in the future



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jacanterbury
Posted on 08/01/17 13:29:54
Number of posts: 5
jacanterbury replies:

quote:

From Jan 2015:

randy posts:

Hi everyone,

Please note that the latest version of MATLAB (2014B), has changed the graphics engine and as a result the plsgui will not work well.  It will take us some time to fix this, so in the interim, I would suggest you stick with the previous release of MATLAB if you want to use the GUI.  The command-line version is unaffected.

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We are in the process of moving the program to python to avoid these upgrade-related issues in the future

Hi,

I wondered whether the problem 2014B caused plsgui have been fixed yet and if so in which version?

Thanks,

John



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rmcintosh
Posted on 08/02/17 06:32:06
Number of posts: 385
rmcintosh replies:

quote:

Hi,

I wondered whether the problem 2014B caused plsgui have been fixed yet and if so in which version?

Thanks,

John

Hi John - we have not update the GUI yet.  This would require a complete rewrite, so we are planning on porting everything over to Python, hopefully by the end of the year.



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jacanterbury
Posted on 08/10/17 12:40:45
Number of posts: 5
jacanterbury replies:

quote:

Hi John - we have not update the GUI yet.  This would require a complete rewrite, so we are planning on porting everything over to Python, hopefully by the end of the year.

Hi Randy,

Thanks for getting back to me promptly. Glad to hear your porting to Python, good luck with it,

cheers,

John



Command lines + Python
MAngel
Posted on 01/01/18 19:37:47
Number of posts: 9
MAngel replies:

Dear Randy,

Due to the expiration of my MATLAB version, I no longer can see my different LVs in PLS gui. The command line guidelines are also not giving me sufficient directions as how to view my results. Would you please direct me to the list of command lines for viewing the results, in the mean time, and would you be able to update us on the time that the Python version will be available?

Really appreciate it.

Cheers



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rmcintosh
Posted on 01/02/18 07:41:54
Number of posts: 385
rmcintosh replies:

quote:

Dear Randy,

Due to the expiration of my MATLAB version, I no longer can see my different LVs in PLS gui. The command line guidelines are also not giving me sufficient directions as how to view my results. Would you please direct me to the list of command lines for viewing the results, in the mean time, and would you be able to update us on the time that the Python version will be available?

Really appreciate it.

Cheers

Hi Maryam,

If you load the results file into Matlab and look into the field: results.field_descrip 

you will see the description of the variables which should help 

let me know if you need more info

Randy




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