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Oommf vector data file to Matlab array

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Imports Oommf vector data files saved as text into Matlab

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This is a function to import vector file archives from oommf into Matlab
arrays

Oommf vector files must be written with the output Specifications "text %g"
instead of the default "binary 4" option. And the type of grid must be
rectangular.

Vector files will be imported into the object "data" which will have this
fields:
   field: current applied magnetic field
   xmin: minimum x value
   xnodes: number of nodes used along x
   xmax: maximum x value
   ymin: minimum y value
   ynodes: number of nodes used along y
   ymax: maximum y value
   zmin: minimum z value
   znodes: number of nodes used along z
   zmax: maximum z value
   datax: component x of vector on data file
   datay: component y of vector on data file
   dataz: component z of vector on data file
   positionx: x positions of vectors
   positiony: y positions of vectors
   positionz: z positions of vectors

   Example:
We have created with Oommf the archive test.omf (included on the zip). To open it into "data"

       data=oommf2matlab('test.omf')

       Now we can make a 2D vector field

       quiver(data.positionx,data.positiony,data.datax,data.datay,0.5)

or calculate the divergence and plot it

       div=divergence(data.positionx,data.positiony,data.datax,data.datay);
       pcolor(data.positionx,data.positiony,div)
shading flat
colormap bone

For more examples, you can see my blog (look for Oommf, to be updated shortly):
       http://thebrickinthesky.wordpress.com/

References:
[1] Oommf Micromagnetic simulator at NIST,
      http://math.nist.gov/oommf/

This function was written by :
Héctor Corte
B.Sc. in physics 2010
M.Sc. in Complex physics systems 2012
Ph.D Student between NPL (National Physical Laboratory) and Royal Holloway University of London
London,
United kingdom.
Email: leo_corte@yahoo.es

Comments and Ratings (1)

Héctor Corte

I wrote a few lines about exporting data on Oommf in my blog here: http://thebrickinthesky.wordpress.com/?p=3179&preview=true

Updates

1.3

There was a problem with 3D data files that now is solved.

1.1

An updated version is now available. The older version scan line by line for the data and took 30 s to upload the test.omf file into Matlab, this version uses textscan()and takes only about 0.17 s.

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MATLAB 7.13 (R2011b)

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