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Error in exporting values using xlswrite

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Lawrence Johny
Lawrence Johny 2013년 9월 19일
답변: Ali TARRAQ 2021년 7월 1일
While exporting using xlswrite, MATLAB gives the error as follows:
Warning: Could not start Excel server for export. XLSWRITE will attempt to write file in CSV format.
This is not a concern since Excel can handle CSV files. But when I checked the exported values, I note that the matrix has been exported into CSV in a scrambled format. Values exported do not correspond to the actual matrix obtained in MATLAB.
I tried exporting with csvwrite as well.
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

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ES
ES 2013년 9월 19일
Do you have MS Excel installed? look at this link please.. http://www.mathworks.in/matlabcentral/answers/21477
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Lawrence Johny
Lawrence Johny 2013년 9월 19일
I have MS Excel installed. It is on a mac environment, which is why i used csvwrite. Nevertheless, the matrix exported has data offset. I am exporting asset paths of Monte Carlo simulations. Data from one asset path is being written in another asset path in Excel.
The matrix contains only numbers.

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Lawrence Johny
Lawrence Johny 2013년 9월 19일
Its ok. When i export a smaller matrix there is no issue. Thanx.

Arthur
Arthur 2013년 9월 19일
As far as I know, Matlab can (still) not access Excel on a mac. xlswrite only works on a pc.
A shame, if you ask me.
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Donny Liu
Donny Liu 2017년 8월 9일
as far as I know, the issue exists on my Windows PC as well.

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Lilian Fierro Arcos
Lilian Fierro Arcos 2015년 10월 9일
Does anyone know if this issue would be fixed at some point?
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson 2018년 1월 26일
writetable() can also be useful.
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson 2018년 1월 26일
It is unlikely that MATLAB for Mac will ever support ActiveX to communicate with Excel. ActiveX for Mac and Linux are not common (though they are available). Microsoft's Excel for Mac does not support ActiveX.
Although it is hypothetically possible in time that ActiveX could be built in to Mac and that Microsoft could add ActiveX support, it is not likely:
  1. Microsoft has given less and less support to the Mac version of Office, as Microsoft has concentrated on Office 365, the cloud version that runs remotely
  2. There has been discussion over the last few months that Apple might be getting out of the OS-X / MacOS business, possibly abandoning iMac and MacBook lines, with iOS based iPAD Pro line taking over. https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/will-apple-ever-kill-the-macbook/ and https://9to5mac.com/2017/01/06/2017-beyond-whats-next-for-mac-and-what-of-its-longer-term-future/ and others more explicit that I do not happen to find links for at the moment. It is thus far from clear that MacOS will last long enough for Microsoft to bother adding ActiveX to their Mac version of Office.

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Wuqi Song
Wuqi Song 2020년 11월 17일
You can use writetable() to replace xlswrite(). It works for mac when using writetable().

Ali TARRAQ
Ali TARRAQ 2021년 7월 1일
You can also use writematrix() instead of writetable() or xlswrite(). It works better for me.

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