## How do you load data into a MATLAB script?

Open the Import Tool

- MATLABĀ® Toolstrip: On the Home tab, in the Variable section, click Import Data.
- MATLAB command prompt: Enter uiimport( filename ) , where filename is a character vector specifying the name of a text or spreadsheet file.

**How do you pull data into MATLAB?**

Import Spreadsheet Data Using the Import Tool xls as a table in MATLAB. Open the file using the Import Tool and select options such as the range of data and the output type. Then, click the Import Selection button to import the data into the MATLAB workspace.

### How do I load data into MATLAB workspace?

To load saved variables from a MAT-file into your workspace, double-click the MAT-file in the Current Folder browser. To load a subset of variables from a MAT-file on the Home tab, in the Variable section, click Import Data. Select the MAT-file you want to load and click Open.

**How do I open an Excel file in MATLAB GUI?**

How to import Excel data in Matlab GUI?

- function pushbutton1_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles)
- handles. fileName = uigetfile(‘*. xlsx’);
- guidata(hObject, handles);
- fileName = handles. fileName;

## What is load function in MATLAB?

load( filename ) loads data from filename . If filename is a MAT-file, then load(filename) loads variables in the MAT-File into the MATLABĀ® workspace. If filename is an ASCII file, then load(filename) creates a double-precision array containing data from the file.

**What is the difference between MDL and SLX?**

The SLX files contain one or more XML files whose internal structure is similar to that of an MDL file, but in XML format. In addition, binary resources such as graphics may be stored in separate JPG files rather than being text-encoded and directly embedded as they are in an MDL file.

### How read data from Excel in Matlab?

Use Excel range syntax, such as ‘A1:C3’ . num = xlsread( filename , sheet , xlRange ) reads from the specified worksheet and range. num = xlsread( filename , sheet , xlRange , ‘basic’ ) reads data from the spreadsheet in basic import mode.

**How do you plot in Matlab from Excel data?**

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- You can simply read data in an Excel file using the readtable function.
- Then, read the column data as X and Y variables into Matlab. ( Use the column header names in the Excel file to extract values. Please see the example below)
- Use the plot function to create a plot.