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Load many files in matlab

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alex
alex 15 May 2013
Hi, I'm new to matlab and my english is not the best. I have a special data format called .sir which has picture data and header info in it. To load the data i already have a given function called loadsir.m:
[image, head, descrip, iaopt]=loadsir(filename)
To load a data into matlab i only have to write e.g. filename = 'queh-a-NAf00-001-004.sir'. Thats working great. But i have about 1000 of this datas in my directory. Somebody could give me a code to read them all in so i dont have to change the filename manually for every data?
Thanks a lot

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Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek 15 May 2013
yourfolder='E:\answer\*.sir';
repertoir=dir(yourfolder);
files={repertoir.name}

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alex
alex 15 May 2013
Ok great, Thanks. Now i have a array with all the filenames in my directory right?
Using loadsir.m gives me this message now:
>> [image, head, descrip, iaopt]=loadsir(files) Error using fopen. First input must be a file name of type char, or a file identifier of type double.
Error in loadsir (line 143) fid=fopen(filename,'r','ieee-be');
Sorry, writing my bachelorthesis and dont have that much time to learn all the matlab basics :).

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alex
alex 15 May 2013
Ok sry. Used now:
[image, head, descrip, iaopt]=loadsir(files{1,100})
And it works! But he only saves the last array in [image] of course. How can i count up image,image1,image2 so that he saves them all in different arrays?

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