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how to use the data from .dat file for plotting graph

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Siddharth Pande
Siddharth Pande on 3 Jun 2014
Commented: Star Strider on 17 Nov 2014
I generated a data file in .dat form using a spice tool now I want to call this data file in matlab and use the x and y coordinates from the data file to plot the data in matlab .I am attaching the file having my data it is in txt format now as the attachments doesn't accept .dat format so anyone working with my file plz change the extension to .dat.

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 3 Jun 2014
I do not know if this would work for ‘.dat’ files, but it works for the ‘.txt’ file you posted:
T = readtable('switch.txt', 'HeaderLines', 5, 'Delimiter','\t','ReadVariableNames',false);
Time = T.Var2;
iv1 = T.Var3;
figure(1)
plot(Time, iv1)
grid
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Star Strider
Star Strider on 4 Jun 2014
My pleasure!
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Daniel
Daniel on 17 Oct 2014
Hi guys, I have a similar problem. I saved some data in a .dat file. I can load the data to matlab and it saves it in an array but I don't know how to plot a graph using the data. Any help would be appreciated.
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Star Strider
Star Strider on 17 Nov 2014
@Siddharth Pande —
I very much appreciate your recommending my Answer. Now would your please Accept it?

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