how to writetable to specifc folder

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Jelthe
Jelthe on 23 Mar 2016
Commented: Jelthe on 23 Mar 2016
Hello,
iam really new to Matlab and i want to write a table to another folder than the maindirectory. My code so far:
meanVal=[1,2,3,4];
X_mean_vect=[5,6,7,8];
average_pulsduration= meanVal';
Event_number= X_mean_vect' ;
T = table(average_pulsduration,Event_number)
my_directory = 'D:\PPL Server Programme\_Last Version 20150526\MATLAB\Pulsduration table';
Pulsdauer = [my_directory '.txt'];
writetable(T,Pulsdauer);
The outcome is, it still saves the .txt in the mainfolder with the name Pulsduration table.
i tried so much things, but i cant figure out how to save it into th FOLDER pulsduration table
thanks

Answers (1)

Adam
Adam on 23 Mar 2016
Edited: Adam on 23 Mar 2016
You have to give your file a name. You do:
my_directory = 'D:\PPL Server Programme\_Last Version 20150526\MATLAB\Pulsduration table';
Pulsdauer = [my_directory '.txt'];
Which simply appends .txt to what you intend as a directory path, but when it interprets this it assumes that the 'Pulsduration table' must be the filename since it has .txt appended to it. So you want e.g.
my_directory = 'D:\PPL Server Programme\_Last Version 20150526\MATLAB\Pulsduration table';
Pulsdauer = [my_directory 'SomeFileName.txt'];
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Jelthe
Jelthe on 23 Mar 2016
Well it worked. Thanks.

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