How can I save .mat to .csv file

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Mira le
Mira le on 22 Dec 2019
Answered: Image Analyst on 22 Dec 2019
I have a struct of name pop has diferent field saved as .mat I want to transform it as .csv file
How do I do that?
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dpb on 22 Dec 2019
What is content of field in question? If a numeric array, the simple csvwrite is hard to beat; otherwise somewhat more complex.
But, I always have to it really necessary to actually create the other file? What can you do with it you can't do simply by loading the .mat file and using the data therein as they are?

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 22 Dec 2019
Did you try using brackets to string together all the fields into a vector and then concatenate and then use csvwrite()
field1Vec = [pop.field1];
field2Vec = [pop.field2];
data = [field1Vec, field2Vec]; % Make 2-D matrix.
csvwrite(filename, data); % or writematrix() in newer versions of MATLAB.
or use struct2table and writetable()
t = struct2table(pop);
writetable(t, fileName);



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