How to merge two .mat files?

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ANANTA BIJOY BHADRA
ANANTA BIJOY BHADRA on 23 May 2022
Answered: MJFcoNaN on 24 May 2022
I have a data file where the number of rows=721800 and number of column=23. I have another .mat file with same number of rows and columns. Mergeing has to be in such a way that the 2nd m.mat file values starts from 721801. The cloumns will remain same. How can I merge them?
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Triveni
Triveni on 23 May 2022
Load 1st .mat file. Then load 2nd .mat file. Assign 2nd .mat variable with different Name. And then combine.
Ex:
A1= [1 2 3]; A2= [ 4 5 6 ]
A = [ A1 , A2];
Or A= [A1; A2]

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MJFcoNaN
MJFcoNaN on 24 May 2022
If they share the same variable name (for example 'data'), you can load them into different structure and merge.
s1=load('file1.mat');
s2=load('file2.mat');
% vertical concatenate
data=[s1.data; s2.data];

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