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hide

Hide scope window

Description

hide(scope) hides the scope window.

Examples

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Create a time-domain sinusoidal signal. Display the signal by calling the time scope object.

Create a sinusoidal signal with two tones, one at 0.3 kHz and the other at 3 kHz.

t = (0:1000)'/8e3;
xin = sin(2*pi*0.3e3*t)+sin(2*pi*3e3*t);

Create a timescope object and view the sinusoidal signal by calling the time scope object scope.

scope = timescope('SampleRate', 8e3,...
    'TimeSpanSource', 'property', ...
    'TimeSpan', 0.1);
scope(xin)

Run release to allow changes to property values and input characteristics. The scope automatically scales the axes.

release(scope);

Hide the scope window.

if(isVisible(scope))
    hide(scope)
end

Show the scope window.

if(~isVisible(scope))
    show(scope)
end

Input Arguments

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Scope object whose window you want to hide, specified as a timescope object.

Example: myScope = timescope; hide(myScope)

See Also

Functions

Objects

Introduced in R2020a