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Write Matlab data to an Excel sheet

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Anounymous85
Anounymous85 on 27 Jun 2019
Answered: sdas sda on 28 Jun 2019
Hello,
I am trying to write the output data, which i am getting as the results of my code into an excel sheet.
My problem is, eventhough the results are getting written into the excel sheet it only gives me the last set of data.
** The resluts are getting written only into one row. So, they are getting replaced.
Can someone advice me how can i write these data into row by row?
I am using the following code.
T = table(a,b,date);
filename = 'data.xlsx';
writetable(T,filename,'Sheet',1,'Range','A1:A500')
Thanks!

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KSSV
KSSV on 27 Jun 2019
T = table(a,b,date);
filename = 'data.xlsx';
writetable(T,filename,'Sheet',1)

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Anounymous85
Anounymous85 on 28 Jun 2019
Still i can get the last set of data only. The last set of data gets written to the excel sheet as shown below.
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KSSV
KSSV on 28 Jun 2019
Are you running any loop ? Inside the loop you are writitng? Show us the full code.

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Shameer Parmar
Shameer Parmar on 27 Jun 2019
Edited: Shameer Parmar on 27 Jun 2019
try to expand the given rang like.. 'A1:Z500'
use
writetable(T,filename,'Sheet',1);
OR
writetable(T,filename,'Sheet',1, 'Range','A1:Z500');

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Anounymous85
Anounymous85 on 28 Jun 2019
Still i can get the last set of data only (i used the first code). The last set of data gets written to the excel sheet as shown below.
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sdas sda
sdas sda on 28 Jun 2019
I think that. The range term may varies as the number of loop varies. The number of loop is one,the range term may be A2:C2.The number of loop is two, the range term may be A3:C3,and so on. Then the previous data may not be overwrited by the new data that will be writed into the Excel as inputs. I suppose that.

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