A small thing that I often work around is changing file path names enclosed in double quotes to single quotes to load them into MATLAB.
In Windows I like to get a full file path (for some file that is not in my current MATLAB directory, or on PATH) with right-click + Copy As Path, which dumps a string like this on the clipboard: "C:\Users\Peter\Desktop\Pinnacle\Folder1\Folder2\Folder3\allMinima645.mat" which I need to change to this form to use the load function in MATLAB: 'C:\Users\Peter\Desktop\Pinnacle\Folder1\Folder2\Folder3\allMinima645.mat'
In python (which has its own preferred directory/path format) I can load the same using the "r" flag to tell it that I'm working with regular text formatting:
import scipy.io as sio
which I find slightly less cumbersome than this:
Is there a MATLAB equivalent of pythons "r" flag (or another way to work with this)?