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how to handle variable time stamped long time series data?

Asked by bushra raza on 20 Oct 2018
Latest activity Commented on by jonas
on 23 Oct 2018
Hello! i am working on time series data of sea water levels. one station data is in zrx format, and other is in excel(xls) format. i have to find the correlation between the two data sets in Matlab. time stamps of both files are not syncronized. and i have to correlate the data on same time stamp. please guide me, should i shift my data to timetable. and then start my analysis? or how should i start it ?
thanks in advance.

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Answer by jonas
on 20 Oct 2018
Edited by jonas
on 20 Oct 2018
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  1. Load data
  2. Put data in two timetables
  3. Use synchronize
  4. Step 1-3 did not work? Upload the data.

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Sure, this should give you the difference, assuming you have two timetables TT1 and TT2.
TTdiff = TT1{:,1} - TT2{:,1};
You could also add this as a new column in your timetable:
TT1.diff = TT1{:,1} - TT2{:,1};
You can index tables in many different ways... What you need to remember is that accessing the content of a table is done through use of curly braces {}.
Actually, this is a general rule for MATLAB. Curly braces returns the content of whatever you put in whereas normal braces return the same class as you put in.
a great help indeed. thank full to you
can you please also guide me: how can i save this calculation with timestamp in a separate data file or so?
Ive never done this, but you can probably use this
T = timetable2table(TT)
writetable(T, 'file.txt')
where TT is your timetable.

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