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Code generation for timetables

The timetable data type is a data type suitable for tabular data with time-stamped rows. Like tables, timetables consist of rows and column-oriented variables. Each variable in a timetable can have a different data type and a different size with one restriction: each variable must have the same number of rows. With timetables, you can store time-stamped tabular data in MATLAB® code intended for code generation.


Code Generation for Timetables

Use timetables in MATLAB code intended for code generation.

Define Timetable Inputs

Choose how you want to specify timetable inputs.

Timetable Limitations for Code Generation

Adhere to code generation restrictions for timetables.