using the title of excel spreadhseets to name graphs

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C.G.
C.G. on 12 Feb 2021
Commented: Geoff Hayes on 15 Feb 2021
I have 39 excel spreadsheets which I have inputted into matlab and created a subplot of grpahs from.
I would like to name the respective graph based on the title of the excel spreadsheet. Is this possible?
%% plot all the sensitivty plots from the excel files
files = dir('*.xlsx');
num_files = length(files);
grainsleft = cell(length(files), 1);
for a = 1:num_files
grainsleft{a} = xlsread(files(a).name);
end
%% time steps
time = 1:30;
%% mass efflux vs. time
g = cell2mat(grainsleft);
%plot mass efflux
figure(1)
%create a
ax = gobjects(size(g));
for c = 1:size(g,1)
%create subplot
ax(c) = subplot(7,7,c);
bar(time,g(c,:), 0.01, 'EdgeColor', 'r');
hold on
grid on
xlabel('Time (S)');
ylabel('Mass Efflux');
end
linkaxes(ax)

Answers (1)

Geoff Hayes
Geoff Hayes on 12 Feb 2021
It may be possible to add a title using title if you specifiy which axes the title should be applied to. For example, your code could include the line
title(ax(c), files(c).name)
assuming that the row of g corresponds to the correct file in files.
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Geoff Hayes
Geoff Hayes on 15 Feb 2021
I'm assuming that there is a one-to-one correspondence of rows of g with the rows of files...so you can use c as an index in each such that the cth row of g comes from the cth file of files.

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