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How can my Matlab script read streamed data from my Python script

Asked by Charles on 24 Aug 2017
Latest activity Commented on by Charles on 28 Aug 2017
I have created a script in Python which streams live data to my terminal on my Macbook. I am suing Python 3.6. At this point I must add I am very new to Python. I want to stream the data into Matlab workspace, and allow my Matlab code to read it as an input. How might I do this very simply? Alternative I am thinking I can store the streamed data in a SQL Light data base, and have Matlab read from the database.

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Answer by Sailesh Sidhwani on 28 Aug 2017

As mentioned in one of the above comments, you can use MATLAB Engine API for Python for your workflow you are trying to achieve. But as of MATLAB R2017a, MATLAB only supports up to Python 3.5. You can find the system requirements to use MATLAB Engine API for Python in the link below: https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_external/system-requirements-for-matlab-engine-for-python.html
If you use Python 3.5 or lower, following links will help you get started:

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Thank you. This is interesting and some wbat confirms next steps. I need to install and earlier version of python as I am running 3.6 :/

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