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Error message WIndows:Design LV and Designs Scores Plot
gilles.plourde@mcgill.ca
Posted on 10/07/20 12:57:11
Number of posts: 17
Gilles

When examining PET study results with plsgui and trying to view the Design LV and Designs Scores Plot I got the following error message:

<Output argument "perm_splithalf" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "pet_plot_scores_ui>load_pls_scores".

Error in pet_plot_scores_ui>init

Error in pet_plot_scores_ui (line 13)
      score_fig = init(result_file, is_design_plot, tit_fn);

Error in pet_result_ui>OpenScoresPlot (line 4265)
   score_fig = pet_plot_scores_ui(p);

Error in pet_result_ui (line 420)
     OpenScoresPlot(varargin{1});
 
Error while evaluating Menu Callback.>

I use MATLAB Version: 9.6.0.1174912 (R2019a) Update 5 on Mac OS 10.14.6. I have used the latest version of PLS downloaded today.

Any suggestions to solve this problem?

Thank you

GIlles

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rmcintosh
Posted on 10/07/20 13:04:18
Number of posts: 385
rmcintosh replies:

try the code from the directory link below. I think it's version issue

 

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fmxqxsjs3rvmphz/AADAD3mUAhvPZ5LewdZv-4d8a?dl=0



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gilles.plourde@mcgill.ca
Posted on 10/08/20 11:11:35
Number of posts: 17
Gilles

Thank you. I tried new version (PLS_DG folder ). Got same error:

<Output argument "perm_splithalf" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "pet_plot_scores_ui>load_pls_scores".

Error in pet_plot_scores_ui>init

Error in pet_plot_scores_ui (line 13)
      score_fig = init(result_file, is_design_plot, tit_fn);

Error in pet_result_ui>OpenScoresPlot (line 4265)
   score_fig = pet_plot_scores_ui(p);

Error in pet_result_ui (line 420)
     OpenScoresPlot(varargin{1});
 
Error while evaluating Menu Callback.>

>>I made sure that the Matlab path did not include the previous PLS folders. So I am certain that I have used the new plsgui file.

Gilles



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rmcintosh
Posted on 10/08/20 13:01:29
Number of posts: 385
rmcintosh replies:

Hmm - odd.  Would you be able to send me your results file to see if I can recreate the error?  Matlab error messages are usually opaque at the best of times :) 




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