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Definition and use of timetables in code acceleration

The timetable data type is a data type suitable for tabular data with time-stamped rows. Like tables, timetables consist of rows and column-oriented variables. Each variable in a timetable can have a different data type and a different size with one restriction: each variable must have the same number of rows. With timetables, you can store time-stamped tabular data in MATLAB® code intended for code acceleration.