# How can transfer python result to Matlab matrix

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KOU DU on 3 Apr 2019
Commented: KOU DU alrededor de 18 horas ago
I use 'system' to import a python coding and got the result as show below:
G=
Python ndarray with properties:
T: [1×1 py.numpy.ndarray]
base: [1×1 py.NoneType]
ctypes: [1×1 py.numpy.core._internal._ctypes]
data: [1×3 py.memoryview]
dtype: [1×1 py.numpy.dtype]
flags: [1×1 py.numpy.flagsobj]
flat: [1×1 py.numpy.flatiter]
imag: [1×1 py.numpy.ndarray]
itemsize: [1×1 py.int]
nbytes: [1×1 py.int]
ndim: [1×1 py.int]
real: [1×1 py.numpy.ndarray]
shape: [1×2 py.tuple]
size: [1×1 py.int]
strides: [1×2 py.tuple]
[[1.00000001 1.00000001 3.00000001]
[1.00000001 1.00000001 3.00000001]
[1.00000001 1.00000001 3.00000001]]
How Can I transfer the data of G in format of Matlab matrix ?

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KOU DU on 10 Apr 2019
I have solved this question in general case. Thank you!

Agnish Dutta on 10 Apr 2019
You need to save this array in a format that MATLAB understands. You could use scipy.io to do this.
As an example:
import numpy as np
import scipy.io
x = np.linspace(0, 2 * np.pi, 100)
y = np.cos(x)
scipy.io.savemat('test.mat', dict(x=x, y=y))

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KOU DU on 10 Apr 2019
Thank you Agnish, I have found a way to transfer directly in matlab.

Aim Newb on 18 Feb 2020 at 8:19
May you please inform about the way you transfer the results directly to matlab?
I'm having the same problem.

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KOU DU alrededor de 18 horas ago
For example, In Matlab
A_Array=py.numpy.array(B) % B is the data which you got from python, A is in array format
A_matrix=nparray2mat(A_Array); %change python array to matlab matrix
you can find nparray2mat in this answer: