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If I have two arrays, lets say the first is called a and the second is called b, I am aware of the fact that I can combine them with the command A=[a;b] to get a longer array
the problem I have got now is the following: I have two matlab files (let's say the first one is year 2002 and the second one from year 2003) which are saved in my computer and wich I would like to load, what is no big deal. Ich matlab file consist of 8 vectors which are called F,K,PC,Price,T,VIX,date,r
loading this is no problem, but as soon as I an loading both files, because the arrays in the files have the same name, the second file is overwriting the first one is there a way to write a code in a script which loads both files and combines them the way I mentionned above without overwriting the first file?
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You aren't using load correctly. You need to load each into its own structure
storedStructure1 = load(filename1); storedStructure2 = load(filename2); % Get theResults (or whatever) from each theResults1 = storedStructure1.theResults; theResults2 = storedStructure2.theResults; % Concatenate theResults = [theResults1; theResults2];
If all vectors are column vectors, do the following:
data =  ; for f = 1 : nFiles % Load file f: % ... whatever you are doing to load the file. % CAT to data array: data = vertcat(data, [F,K,PC,Price,T,VIX,date,r]) ; end
if these are row vectors, just transpose them. If it is a mix and you don't want to investigate, just read them linearly ( => column ):
data = vertcat(data, [F(:),K(:),PC(:),Price(:),T(:),VIX(:),date(:),r(:)]) ;