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To Mr. Ashish Uthama

Subject: To Mr. Ashish Uthama

From: sk maidul haque

Date: 27 Apr, 2011 08:19:05

Message: 1 of 4

Is there any direct code around matlab to export a set of matrices to different workbook of origin file.
> I use to do it by exporting data to excel by xlswrite command and then importing excel
> sheet from origin workpage. The problem with this is that, when you save data through xlswrite command,
> it does not create a fullproof xls file. As a result, when you try to open this excel file, it
> gives warning messege that "the file is in different format than specified by file extension"
> and also the file is not directly importable from origin.
> If you realy want to import the file from origin, you have to first open the matlab generated
> excel file and save it as some name.xls and the you can import the data in origin. This
> is a combersome process.
> Does anybody know, how to go around this problem ? I do not want to write matrices
> in notepad and then import into origin since notepad file does not have the facility to save different sheet.

Subject: To Mr. Ashish Uthama

From: Malcolm Lidierth

Date: 27 Apr, 2011 10:15:07

Message: 2 of 4

The sigTOOL project includes functions to send data to Origin using ActiveX (scSendToOrigin.m as I recall). You could use these as a template.

http://sigtool.sourceforge.net/

Subject: To Mr. Ashish Uthama

From: Malcolm Lidierth

Date: 27 Apr, 2011 10:17:05

Message: 3 of 4

The sigTOOL project includes functions to send data to Origin using ActiveX (scSendToOrigin.m as I recall). You could use these as a template.

http://sigtool.sourceforge.net/

Subject: To Mr. Ashish Uthama

From: Ashish

Date: 27 Apr, 2011 15:49:35

Message: 4 of 4

Responded to your first post.

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