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mdfSort

Create sorted copy of MDF-file

Description

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sortedPath = mdfSort(UnsortedMDFFile,SortedMDFFile) creates a copy of an MDF-file with its data sorted according to ASAM standards for fast reading. If you get an error when trying to read an unsorted file, create a sorted file and read from that instead. The optional output argument, sortedPath, indicates the full path to the sorted file, including the file name.

Note

This function is supported only on 64-bit Windows® operating systems.

Examples

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Create a sorted MDF-file and read its data.

sortedPath = mdfSort('UnsortedMDFFile.mf4','SortedMDFFile.mf4');
M = mdf('SortedMDFFile.mf4');
MD = read(M);

Input Arguments

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Original MDF-file without sorted data, specified as a string or character vector. Full and relative path names are allowed.

Example: 'UnsortedMDFFile.mf4'

Data Types: char | string

New copy of MDF-file with sorted data, specified as a string or character vector. Full and relative path names are allowed.

Example: 'SortedMDFFile.mf4'

Data Types: char | string

Output Arguments

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Full path to new file, returned as a character vector. The path includes the file name.

See Also

Functions

Introduced in R2019b