Many people don't know how to export matlab data into excel. I wrote a simple function as an illustration to help them.
A comma separated simple function, that illustrates how to export data into excel sheet.
Very simple, give the data to the function as a string. This string has to be comma separated. It will write a comman separated file (CSF) that excell can understand.
Please don't send me emails with questions because i don't have time to reply. Try to find the answer online. This function is very simple and don't need questions to be asked.
Note: When you open the csv file with excell, your country setting must not be Germany, due to comma use as a digit separator. Recommended to set to USA-English
"Please don't send me emails with questions because i don't have time to reply. Try to find the answer online. This function is very simple and don't need questions to be asked. "
You have no time to write emails?? Well, than you should take the time to write a proper help for this function. True, the function is simple and some people might find it useful and use it. Still, be a friendly software developer that does not force the user to look through the source code (no matter how short it is).
Added a hint: Country setting should be English-USA when you open the CSV file
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