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  • Matlab:Importing Data
  • Importing text files
    Step1: Save data in a text file.
  • Importing text files
    Step2: Open the ‘File -> Import data’ window in MATLAB and select your file.
  • Importing text files
    Step2: Open the ‘File -> Import data’ window in MATLAB and select your file.
  • Importing text files
    Step3: Select values in the import data wizard
  • Importing text files
    Step4: Finalize import.
  • Importing text files
    Now look at your workspace, here’s the data we just imported!
  • Importing data
    MATLAB provides the following methods of importing data:
    • Enter the data at the MATLAB command prompt.
    • Create data in an M-file.
    • Load data from an ASCII flat file.
    • Read data using MATLAB I/O functions.Write a MEX-file to read the data.
    • Write a program to translate your data.
    Visit the MATLAB help menu for sample codes and instructions.
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