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How to process multiple dot mat file using for loop

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Yared Daniel
Yared Daniel el 24 de Mayo de 2021
Comentada: Yared Daniel el 24 de Mayo de 2021
Hello every one, please help me in solving this issue
I have thousands of mat files as shown in figure for sample. Each mat file contains a variable called ‘val’ which is 2 by 19000 matrices. What I need is to extract the first raw of ‘val’ of each dot mat file and save it by naming sequentially like “x1, x2, x3……..” Using for loop.
I have done for a single file successfully by the following algorithm
>> clear all
>> load('dist (1).mat')
>> x = val(1,:);
>> save('x1.mat', 'x')
I have attached some of the dot mat files
Thanks so much in advance for your help

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David Fletcher
David Fletcher el 24 de Mayo de 2021
Wouldn't it be better to extract what you want into a single matrix and then just save the one matrix with all the data rather than having thousands of separate files? Having said that, a basic framework for doing what you want is:
clear
numberOfFiles= %enter number of files;
for iter=1:numberOfFiles
fName=sprintf('dist (%d).mat',iter);
x=load(fName);
x=x.val(1,:);
fName=sprintf('x%d.mat',iter);
save(fName, 'x');
end
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David Fletcher
David Fletcher el 24 de Mayo de 2021
clear
numberOfFiles= %enter number of files;
for iter=1:numberOfFiles
fName=sprintf('dist (%d).mat',iter);
x=load(fName);
allData{iter}=x.val(1,:)
end
save('data.mat', 'allData.mat')
Yared Daniel
Yared Daniel el 24 de Mayo de 2021
I sincerely appreciate your help thank you so much

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