Reproducible research: tracking experiments / logbook of past .m file executions
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Star Strider on 12 Jun 2014
My approach would be to create a mat-file that the ‘.m’ file writes at each execution. As for version control, you could create a ‘version’ variable of update date strings and perhaps comments (cell array) that would be appended to the mat-file each time the ‘.m’ file ran.
Jonathan A on 2 Sep 2019
My answer might come a little bit late, but in case someone else needs it, I uploaded a lightweight scientific workflow tool I am always using to manage and track information (data and function executions) in my experiments.
Here is the link: https://de.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/71180-explore-scientific-workflow-management-tool
With this, it is possible to call the following method:
This displays the last time each function of your experiment changed. Hope this helps.