Assigning a variable according to file name..

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FG
FG on 12 Oct 2020
Commented: FG on 13 Oct 2020
I want the variable to be changed according to the file name.. Like;
Simulation File 1 Track 2
Simulation File 1 Track 4
Simulation File 1 Track 6
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I want those track values assigned in a formula and get the value as the loop continues taking the track value like 2-4-6. Thank you all
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FG
FG on 13 Oct 2020
OK.. I took Stephen's advice and decided to do this in a different way.. From 1 to 480, I want to multiply
1st row with 0
2nd with 10
3rd with 2
4th with 4
5th with 6
6th with 8
and then
7th with 0 again
8th with 10 again.. son on ! Every 6 turns it should repeat this till 1 to 480

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Answers (2)

KSSV
KSSV on 12 Oct 2020
You need not to change the variable as based on filename..you can initialize an array/ matrix and save the variables into this.
Option 1: If size is always same
n = 10 ; % number of files
iwant = zeros(3,3,n) ; %
for i = 1:n
iwant(:,:,i) = rand(3) ; % save data here
end
Otion 2: If size varies
n = 10 ;
iwant = cell(n,1) ;
for i = 1:n
m = randperm(100,1) ;
iwant{i} = rand(m) ;
end

Sudhakar Shinde
Sudhakar Shinde on 12 Oct 2020
Example:
Track = 2;
File = 2;
Filename = {};
for j=1:(File)
for i = 1:(Track)
Filename{end+1} = ['SimulationFile' num2str(j) , ' Track' num2str(i)];
end
end

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