This converts several data files from your DTS data acquisition unit (collected using DTS Sliceware) from their native binary format directly into mat format (also binary). This avoids the time and storage-consuming process of individually exporting csv files from Sliceware and importing them into Matlab.
If you have the parallel computing toolbox, it will simultaneously process one file on each of your processor cores.
paul harder (2020). DTS Binary Data Reader (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/63802-dts-binary-data-reader), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
Sorry, that previous comment was overly complicated because I re-used the variable name "data". All you need to do to access the mat file is this:
You can also process multiple files in a loop, like this:
disp(['Running file ' filename]);
After using this script, you can access the data in the mat files like this: