I have this csv file which I would like to import into Matlab. The "readtable" function allows me to import the csv into matlab easily into a table format. It automatically makes the first row the column names and assigns the cell A1 "Var1" since it is empty.
However, what I would like it to do is to read assign the column names according to the 3rd row since that contains the proper headers.
Is it always possible to locate the row containing " time(s) " and make that particular the header when using the readtable function?
Or is there an alternative method available that is accomplish the tasks mentioned above?
edit: attached the csv file