100 Things #13: Save SoundCheck Data to Matlab

In SoundCheck, you can do any mathematical calculations you need without leaving the software – the equation editor allows you to implement pretty much any mathematical processing that you can conceive. However, if you prefer to crunch your numbers in MATLAB, it’s easy to save SoundCheck data in that format – the ‘Save to MATLAB’ option creates a .MAT file that can then be opened in MATLAB and used however you want.

Save SoundCheck Data to Matlab

Learn more about SoundCheck’s Data Saving Formats

Watch the 100 Things video about the various formats SoundCheck can save data in.

Watch the 100 Things video about saving Metadata from your SoundCheck Measurements.

 

Video Script: Save SoundCheck Data to Matlab

In SoundCheck, you can do any mathematical calculations you need without leaving the software

The equation editor allows you to implement pretty much any mathematical processing that you can conceive.

However, if you prefer to crunch your numbers in MATLAB, it’s easy to save SoundCheck data in that format.

When you create your test in SoundCheck, simply select the ‘Save to MATLAB’ option in your autosave step. This saves the data as a .MAT file that can then be opened in MATLAB and used however you want.

This can be used in a stand-alone test, or in a sequence if you want to automatically save test data in this format.

Matlab is just one of the many data options that SoundCheck supports. Others include; writing to database, excel, word, CSV, and more.