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How can I run a Matlab script at the same time everyday?

Asked by Steven Taylor on 12 Sep 2019
Latest activity Commented on by Guillaume
on 12 Sep 2019
How can I run a Matlab script at the same time everyday (say at 6 AM MST)?
e.g.
>> traces = irisFetch.Traces('TX','PECS','00','HHZ','2019-08-20 00:00:00','2019-08-20 23:59:59','includePZ','WRITESAC:/Data/');
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Answer by Rik
on 12 Sep 2019

It is probably easiest to use the options your OS provides and run a headless instance of Matlab. On Windows you can use the task scheduler to have a .bat file run. In that .bat file you can write a command that calls Matlab. See more info here.

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You don't even need a bat file. You can configure the task scheduler to launch matlab directly and run the correct script.

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