Read a .mat file and write .csv without opening matlab

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I would like to read a ".mat" file and write it out as ".csv" file without opening matlab.
Basically this:
M = dlmread('FileName.mat', '\t', 1, 0);
csvwrite('FileName.csv', M)
but then without opening matlab.
I'm using linux command line.

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Marc Jakobi
Marc Jakobi il 14 Ott 2016
You won't be able to run a Matlab-file without opening Matlab - unless you use another program that is compatible.
However, you could write a bash script that runs Matlab in a "hidden" mode:
matlab -nodisplay -nodesktop -r "run /path_to_script/my_script.m"
P. S. I wouldn't recommend csvwrite. fprintf is a lot more flexible and faster.
fid = fopen('filename.csv','w');
fprintf(fid, formatSpec, data);
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson il 14 Ott 2016
You would want
fprintf(fid, formatSpec, [t, P].');
to write t and P into columns.

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Michael02139 il 25 Ott 2016
Thanks for all the tips. I'm just lost even after those tips. Which part of the tips are aimed at helping me to read in a *mat file? And which parts are aimed at writing out a *csv file?
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Michael02139 il 25 Ott 2016
Thanks a lot for following up and responding again! That helped! I have it working.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson il 25 Ott 2016
Is the mat file text with tab delimiters or is it a binary file created by save()?
If it is text with tab delimiters then consider just using sed to change the tabs into comma
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Michael02139 il 25 Ott 2016
Got it! I like "sed" but it wasn't necessary this time.

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