I am using MATLAB for data processing and Python for Keras + TensorFlow. I must say that I am new to Python, but I am confortable coding in MATLAB.
I have a function in MATLAB which return 3 matrices and has the following signature:
function [noisyMFCC, targetIBM, targetIRM] = getTestingData(sampleTesting)
While in Python I wrote this:
__matlabEngine = matlab.engine.start_matlab()
def getTestingData(self, isSampleTesting):
def getTrainingData(self, isSampleTesting):
dp = DataProcessor()
a, b, c = dp.getTestingData(True)
And I receive the following error:
ValueError: too many values to unpack (expected 3)
So I assume that MATLAB engine returns some kind of structure or just one of the three returns.
I also tried a solution given by here :
a, b, c = dp.getTestingData(True, nargout=3)
And it returns (as expected):
TypeError: getTestingData() got an unexpected keyword argument 'nargout'
Apperently if I am to use the following line of code:
c = dp.getTestingData(True, nargout=3)
c is the first return element of the function, how do I get the rest?
Thank you for your time!