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xlmtree undefined function read

Asked by giuseppina simone on 22 Mar 2019
Latest activity Answered by giuseppina simone on 22 Mar 2019
I copied the xlmtree folder into the toolbox folder of matlab.
While I keep the file of the data : AI.xrdml inside a folder of Pc desktop .
Actually, the path of MAtlab is the following '/Users/name/Desktop/Xray/xmltree-2.0/'
Then I run the following script
d = XRDMLread('AU.xrdml') %#ok<NOPTS>
% plot data
figure
semilogy( d.x , round(d.data*d.time) )
box on
xlabel( [d.xlabel '(' d.xunit ')'] )
ylabel( 'Intensity (counts)' )
title( d.filename , 'Interpreter','none','FontName','Helvetica')
And the output is the following:
>> xray
Undefined function or variable 'XRDMLread'.
Error in xray (line 3)
d = XRDMLread('AU.xrdml') %#ok<NOPTS>
Can someone help me to solve this problem?

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Answer by KALYAN ACHARJYA on 22 Mar 2019
Edited by KALYAN ACHARJYA on 22 Mar 2019
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Just save the XRDMLread custom function in the same directory, same file also in attached.
And run the main script again.
Please check wheather you looking for XRDMLread file is same or not.

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Answer by giuseppina simone on 22 Mar 2019

I saved the file you gave me, the folder and my data on desktop, but still as output I have the following
>> xray
Undefined function or variable 'XRDMLread'.
Error in xray (line 3)
d = XRDMLread('AU.xrdml') %#ok<NOPTS>
Maybe there is some problem with the pathway? How can I be sure that I set the right one?
Many thanks for your precious help

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Answer by giuseppina simone on 22 Mar 2019

Hi Kalian
what did you mean Just save the XRDMLread custom function in the same directory, same file also in attached
Can you give me some further support .
Despite the same directory I still have problems

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