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vrf Matlab copy plot & paste into Excel

Question asked by VRFuser on Oct 2, 2001
Charles,

The best I could find in previous posts was essentially the following from
Lyle Carnahan:

>Try the following line of code for the print
>statement.
>
>print ('-djpeg', filename);

This creates a jpeg file of your plot that you can import into Excel. Check
the Matlab help on the print command for other file formats. A very quick
perusal of the Matlab help indicates that this is the Mathworks' suggested
way to do it programmatically.

Regards,
Bill Ossmann
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bill_ossmann@hsgmed.com
Philips Ultrasound

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Ertelt, Charles [mailto:Charles.Ertelt@trw.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2001 1:04 PM
>To: vrf@lvld.agilent.com
>Subject: vrf Matlab copy plot & paste into Excel
>
>
>I believe some time ago someone had posted a how-to
>on copying  a Matlab plot and pasting it into excel
>programatically.  Does anyone have any info on this?
>Thanks in advance.
>
>Chuck Ertelt, MTS
>TRW M&TE Engineering Dept.
>310.812.4251
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