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Write in Excel With Matlab on continues Cells

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Virginia
Virginia on 26 Jun 2013
Hello!, I'm trying to make a code which writes data of a matrix in an Excel Worksheet, however, I'd like to write several matrices one after the other, the problem is that with the function xlswrite I have to specify the cell were the matrix is going to be written, and depends on the data there will be diferents quantities of matrices.
Right now I have this:
fprintf('Select file location \n');
ubic=uigetdir;
name=input('Specify Name of the file: ','s');
comp=strcat(ubic, '\',name, '.xls');
nomhoja='Desplazamiento';
for i=1:np
head={'t (seg)', 'x (cm)'};
xlswrite(comp, head, nomhoja, 'A1');
xlswrite(comp, [rangT',maximox(i,1:num)'], nomhoja, 'A2');
end
As you can see I need to write this matrix [rangT',maximox(i,1:num)'] 'np' times, so when I write 'A1' for the first loop it's fine but for the next one I need it to be 'C1', the next one 'E1'.. etc
Hope You can help me
Thanks!!

Accepted Answer

Iman Ansari
Iman Ansari on 26 Jun 2013
First put your data in a cell array then write it:
rangT = 1:10;
maximox = rand(10,10);
fprintf('Select file location \n');
ubic=uigetdir;
name=input('Specify Name of the file: ','s');
comp=strcat(ubic, '\',name, '.xls');
nomhoja='Desplazamiento';
C = cell(10,20);
for i=1:10
C(:,(2*i-1):(2*i)) = num2cell([rangT',maximox(i,1:10)']);
end
head={'t (seg)', 'x (cm)'};
Data = [repmat(head,1,10);C];
xlswrite(comp, Data, nomhoja);
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Iman Ansari
Iman Ansari on 26 Jun 2013
np = 10;
num = 8;
rangT = 1:8;
maximox = rand(10,8);
nomhoja='Desplazamiento';
C=cell(num,2*np);
for i=1:np
C(:,(2*i-1):(2*i)) = num2cell([rangT',maximox(i,1:num)']);
end
header(1:2:2*np) = strcat({'Story '},num2str((1:np)'));
header(end+1) = cell(1);
head={'t (seg)', 'x (cm)'};
Data = [header;repmat(head,1,np);C];
xlswrite(comp, Data, nomhoja);

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