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Call Matlab from Perl ???

 



swamink
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Feb 2, 2005, 5:41 PM

Post #1 of 2 (1091 views)
     Call Matlab from Perl ???  

Hi,

I have this perl code that generates a bunch of data and stores in a file.

Then I use Matlab to load the data and do matrix manipulations. output is again stored in a file.

I have again a perl code that uses the output from Matlab and finishes the work.

I have been doing this manually. Run perl, run matlab, run perl. I need to do this many many times.

Is there a way I can run a matlab file (".m") directly from the .pl file. I use UNIX environment. There is no graphical stuff involved.

I appreciate any help. -swamink


davorg
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Feb 3, 2005, 2:14 AM

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     Re: [swamink] Call Matlab from Perl ??? [In reply to]  

Please don 't ask the same question in multiple sections. I've locked this discussion. Please reply in the discussion in the Intermediate section.

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