How to read hyperspectral data without wavelenth data?

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Dear All,
I have some hyperspectral data was produced by company Itres. Some temperature data is calculated from the average of all the spectral bands hence they do not have wavelength info and I cannot read them with
hypercube
function. Could someone suggest me a solution to read these data?
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Subhadeep Koley
Subhadeep Koley el 10 de Jun. de 2021
@Beata Szabo-Takacs Which file format is your hyperspectral data?
Beata Szabo-Takacs
Beata Szabo-Takacs el 10 de Jun. de 2021
My hyperspectral data format is ".dat".

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Subhadeep Koley
Subhadeep Koley el 10 de Jun. de 2021
Editada: Subhadeep Koley el 10 de Jun. de 2021
If you know the height, width, and number of spectral bands of your data, you can try using multibandread(_).
However, in order to use multibandread(_) apart from height, width, bands, you'll also need precision, header offset, interleave value and byte order of your data.
Below is one example, you can tweak these parameters to check if that works for you.
% Specify the parameters
precision = 'double';
headerOffset = 0;
interleave = 'bsq';
byteOrder = 'ieee-le';
height = 100;
width = 100;
bands = 256;
% Read the data
dataCube = multibandread('yourFile.dat', [height, width, bands], precision, headerOffset, interleave, byteOrder);
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Beata Szabo-Takacs
Beata Szabo-Takacs el 10 de Jun. de 2021
Thank you Subhadeep for your help! I modified the specific parameters to
% Specify the parameters
precision = 'float';
headerOffset = 0;
interleave = 'bsq';
byteOrder = 'ieee-le';
height = 1513;
width = 1393;
bands = 1;
and it works with multibandread function as you suggested.

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