How do I open .bin file and transform data to .txt file

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I would like to open bin file with these specification:
Sampling frequency [Hz]:5000
Datatype: 4-byte float
Channels:57
Samples:3000000
What do I need is to have every channel in one column. I was trying to use fread and fopen but I miss something.
Thanks!
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 2 Dec 2023
Can youi possibly get a file with far fewer samples so it can be uploaded? Needs to be less than 5 MB. What application created the file? Can you just tell it to collect less data?

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 2 Dec 2023
A ‘4-byte float’ is probably 'float32' (possibly 'real*4'), so one of those should work for the ‘precision’ argument in fread.
Use the zip function to enclose it in a .zip file, then use the ‘paperclip’ icon (to the right of the Σ icon) in the top toolstrip to upload it here. Then it be available to work with and help you read it.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 2 Dec 2023
You might be able to take advantage of multibandread

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