Save multiple doubles in different sheets of one excel file

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I have different data, each of them are class doubles and have size (300 x 4). How can I save all of them in different sheets of one excel file? I would also like to name every column in every sheet. I had the following in mind, but open to other codes/ways that work.
example of doubles that i have
my_data: size (300 x 4)
your_data : size (300 x 4)
her_data: size (300 x 4)
% example
col_names = {'MA', 'CA', 'PA', 'TL'} % the first row will name every column with these names in every sheet
data_names = {'my_data', 'your_data', 'her_data'} % each are doubles of dimesnion (300 x 4)
for i = length(data_names)
writetable(..,..,'Combined_Data.xlsx','Sheet',strcat(i))
end
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alphabetagamma
alphabetagamma il 29 Lug 2022
Thanks, but how do I get "YourTable". I only have separate "doubles" to begin with

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Manas
Manas il 3 Ott 2023
Hello,
I understand that you want to save your array data into different sheets of one excel file. One way to do this is using a combination of “writetable()” and “array2table()” MATLAB functions with simple looping techniques.
I have modified your code according to my logic.
% Example data
my_data = rand(300, 4);
your_data = rand(300, 4);
her_data = rand(300, 4);
% Column names for each sheet
col_names = {'MA', 'CA', 'PA', 'TL'};
% Data names and corresponding data matrices
data_names = {'my_data', 'your_data', 'her_data'};
data_matrices = {my_data, your_data, her_data};
% Create a new Excel file
filename = 'Combined_Data.xlsx';
delete(filename);
% Loop through each data set and save it in a separate sheet
for i = 1:length(data_names)
data = data_matrices{i};
sheet_name = data_names{i};
% Convert data to a table and assign column names
data_table = array2table(data, 'VariableNames', col_names);
% Write the table to the Excel file
writetable(data_table, filename, 'Sheet', i);
end
Here, we use the “array2table()” function to convert the matrix into a table and assign a column name to it. Finally we use the “writetable()” function to save the table into the excel sheet.
Hope this helps!

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