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multiple text files into one in a for loop

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Chris Murchison
Chris Murchison 2021년 2월 24일
답변: Divya Gaddipati 2021년 4월 12일
I am trying to join multiple text files into one. RIght now, in my code, I have IT number of datafiles but I would like to all combine into one with the rows following on from the previous iteration. The file needs to contain all the columns of data that are shown in the table P to store large amounts of data. Here is my code:
If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated.
for IT = 1:50
x1 = -15+30*rand(3,1);
x2 = -15+30*rand(3,1);
N = 2;
r_t = 7000*1000; %km
g_t = 9.8; %m/s2
r = r_t;
g = g_t;
tau_d = 300;
t = 1;
omega = sqrt(g/r);
% target positions
e1 = [1; 1; 0];
e2 = [0; 0; -1];
%parameters and unknowns
mu = 398600.5;
n = sqrt(mu/r_t^3);
b = 0.112;
k1 = 1;
d = 0.037;
k2 = 1;
norm_d = norm(e1-e2);
c = -d/norm_d * exp(-norm_d^2/k2) - b/norm_d*exp(-norm_d^2/k1);
lambda = [b, c, d, k1, k2];
v1_gf = gf_sat_1_vel2(x1, x2, e1, e2, lambda, omega, tau_d, t, N);
v2_gf = gf_sat_1_vel2(x1, x2, e1, e2, lambda, omega, tau_d, t, N);
v10 = [0; 0; 0];
v20 = [0; 0; 0];
y0 = [x1(1); x1(2); x1(3); v10(1); v10(2); v10(3); x2(1); x2(2); x2(3); v20(1); v20(2); v20(3)];
tspan = 0:dt:1000;
[t,y] = ode45(@(t,y)ClohesseyWiltshire(y, n, lambda, e1, e2, omega, tau_d, t, N),tspan, y0);
U1 = zeros(length(t),length(e1));
U2 = zeros(length(t),length(e2));
dv1 = 0;
dv2 = 0;
for i = 1 : length(t)
[u1, u2, vg1, vg2] = ClohesseyWiltshire_u(y(i,:), n, lambda, e1, e2, omega, tau_d, t(i), N);
U1(i, :) = u1;
U2(i, :) = u2;
VD1(i, :) = vg1;
VD2(i, :) = vg2;
U1_norm(i) = norm(u1);
U2_norm(i) = norm(u2);
v1_gf = gf_sat_1_vel2(x1, x2, e1, e2, lambda, omega, tau_d, t(i), N);
V1GF(i, :) = v1_gf;
v2_gf = gf_sat_2_vel2(x1, x2, e1, e2, lambda, omega, tau_d, t(i), N);
V2GF(i, :) = v2_gf;
if i ~= 1
dv1 = norm(u1) * (t(i) - t(i-1)) + dv1;
dv2 = norm(u2) * (t(i) - t(i-1)) + dv2;
R1 = y(:,1:3);
R1 = R1';
V1 = y(:,4:6);
V1 = V1';
R2 = y(:,7:9);
R2 = R2';
V2 = y(:,10:12);
V2 = V2';
title('Trajectories of Two Satellite Configuration - Gravitational Field')
legend({'Satellite 1','Satellite 2'},'Location','Southwest')
V1 = V1';
V2 = V2';
R1 = R1';
R2 = R2';
U1_norm = U1_norm';
U2_norm = U2_norm';
tspan = tspan';
% Create columns of data
% Create a table with the data and variable names
P = table(t, U1, VD1, U2, VD2, V1, V2, R1, R2, V1GF, V2GF, 'VariableNames', {'t', 'U1', 'VD1', 'U2', 'VD2' 'V1', 'V2', 'R1', 'R2', 'V1GF', 'V2GF'});
% Write data to text file
name = ['Database2/',num2str(IT), 'Database.txt'];
writetable(P, name)
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Rik 2021년 2월 24일
I never work with tables, so I would have to do the same thing as you: either look through the documentation, or try [P1;P2], or see if it is easier to read the files and merge the text output.

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Divya Gaddipati
Divya Gaddipati 2021년 4월 12일
Initialize a table before the loop
You can combine two tables inside the loop in the following way:
T = table(); % Create table with the required variable names
for i=1:IT
% Create table inside the loop to append to the original
Tnew = table();
T = [T; Tnew];

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