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SVD file to normal coordinates

Asked by Kaleesh Bala on 23 Jan 2019
Latest activity Commented on by Kaleesh Bala on 24 Jan 2019
I have a .svd file ,how to get the coordinates and time values from it using matlab.From svd data to coordinates like M(x,y,t)
Is there any inbuilt function available for such.

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Jan
on 23 Jan 2019
Please do not let us guess, which kind of .svd file you mean. Do you mean CMSIS-SVD, which is an XML file to define Arm Cortex-M processor-based microcontrollers? Or do you mean the auto-save files of MS Word? Are they images of SOL20 disks? Or the movies in Super VCD format? None of them seems to be convertible to coordinates in a meaningful way.
A file extension is not a fixed or strict definition of the format of the contents. So please post any useful information.
Thanks Jan !
I'm not pretty sure how to say what kind of .svd file that is.
But we get these from laser vibrometer and it has signal movement coordinate values for sure.
I'm thinking of a function from matlab to get M(i,j,k) values from it.
Jan
on 24 Jan 2019
Ask the manufacturer of the software, which creates the files.

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Answer by per isakson
on 24 Jan 2019
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Maybe Matlab functions comes with your instrument

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Ah ! this is a good find.
Thanks,lemme have a check

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