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error message for wrong data loaded

Asked by Lenka Misenkova on 14 May 2013

Hi everybody,

In my GUI I´m loading data and storing them into variables X and y. The a value is entered by user.It looks like that:

[FILENAME,PATHNAME]=uigetfile('*.txt')
loaddata=load(FILENAME)
if (a==1)
 X = loaddata(:,1)
 y = loaddata(:,2)
end
if (a==2)
X = loaddata(:,1:2)
y = loaddata(:,3)
end
...

But I would like to add an error message in case that user load the wrong data set if he set the value a is equal for example to 1. Do you guys have any idea ? TY for help

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Answer by Walter Roberson on 14 May 2013

See error() and warning() and warndlg() and disp() and fprintf()

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Walter Roberson on 19 May 2013
if ndim(loaddata) ~= 2 | size(loaddata,2) ~= 3
Lenka Misenkova on 20 May 2013

Thank you ver much that works

Walter Roberson on 20 May 2013

If your difficulty is solved, please mark this Answer as Accepted.

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