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How to save .mat file as a variable to load for later?

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Hung Mach
Hung Mach on 23 Jun 2016
Answered: Titus Edelhofer on 23 Jun 2016
I have a .mat file consisting of essentially a couple hundred images. I'd like to pull out a single uint16 array for an image from that mat file and save it as a variable, for instance 'q'. So when I load that single file it would show up as 'q' on my workspace. How would I do that?

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Titus Edelhofer
Titus Edelhofer on 23 Jun 2016
Hi,
use the functional form of load. Let's say the images in your .mat file are stored as variables im1, im2, im3, ... then you can read one into a variable q as follows:
% read im1 from file
data = load('myfile.mat', 'im1');
% and assign to q:
q = data.im1;
Titus

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