In addition to plotting values created with its own commands, MATLAB is very useful for plotting ...
|19 Jun 2009||MATLAB Central Team||
In addition to plotting values created with its own commands, MATLAB is very useful for plotting data from other sources, e.g., experimental measurements. Typically this data is available as a plain text file organized into columns. MATLAB can easily handle tab or space-delimited text, but it cannot directly import files stored in the native (binary) format of other applications such as spreadsheets.
|tutorials||MATLAB Central Team||19 Jun 2009 at 10:21am|