how to import data from a text file to MATLAB

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jack knipler
jack knipler 2016 年 4 月 18 日
回答済み: Rangan M K 2016 年 5 月 18 日
Hey I need help with importing data from a text file to MATLAB. The text file has 2000 variables of time, latitude and longitude and i need help with how to import this data into a readable array inside MATLAB.
Thank you
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Hiskiel Stephanus
Hiskiel Stephanus 2016 年 5 月 3 日
You would have to use the fscanf function in order to ensure that you do not read the associated text. Thereafter you can employ loop methods to separate you data into time,latitude and longitude respectively.

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Rangan M K
Rangan M K 2016 年 5 月 18 日
readData=textread('YourFile.txt','%s')
This will remove the gap inbetween and give you all the data as strings. Once you get the string you can only take the required string for eg. The time data might be repeated in every 2nd ,9th, 16th etc with constant gap.
Use a for loop to get this data and use str2num to change it to a number.
Hope this solves your problem.

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