Matlab without graphics

Explain if we run the Matlab without graphics?




Sometimes you may wish to run the scripts which consist of plotting the commands without displaying the plots and without going into the script in order to comment out the commands. An example: if you are working from home and it is too slow to run the graphics over network. You may play a simple UNIX trick: % setenv DISPLAY /dev/null % matlab.

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