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I'm writing a GUI in MATLAB which allows users to designs pulses. The pulses are optimized based on their class (AM/FM). If the pulses are FM, then they belong to a subclass (RapidPassage or Adiabatic). The simulation/optmization method of the pulse is based on the pulse name and class.

I'm having a design issue. Currently, I'm using a popupmenu in Matlab to select each of the inputs (pulse name, subclass, simulation method) seperately. enter image description here

however, I have recently discovered a cheat way to add a dropdown menu with submenus using a contextmenu linked to a button. This makes the selection much more 'logically' visible, but it might make it more annoying to use in practice.

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because in the second version, each menu item is it's own object, this will require a rewrite of the code I currently have for the popupmenu pulse selection method.

Any advice about which is the better option?

Thanks for your help :)

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    This looks like it requires specialist domain knowledge to answer. You're asking something that may mean two entirely separate things or a very fine distinction for users in your domain. I can only suggest you find some of your target users and ask them. – Andrew Martin Oct 16 '17 at 7:47

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