MATLAB® Mobile™ supports the following functionality for folder management:
Create, rename, and delete folders directly in the File Browser.
To create a new folder: Tap and select Create folder. Enter a valid folder name and tap Create.
To rename or delete a folder, swipe the folder name left and select either Rename or Delete. One some more recent versions of iOS, you can also delete a folder when you press on the folder and hold.
If you choose Rename, you must enter a valid folder name.
To refresh the folder list, pull down.
You can also open, copy, move, rename, and delete folders by using the MATLAB commands at the command line.
To browse different folders, tap the folder you want to look through. You can navigate through your MATLAB Drive™ using the breadcrumb.
To change the current working folder while using the command line, enter the
cd command with the folder name you want to switch to.
Files are stored on your MATLAB Drive.
To access your computer files when your MATLAB Mobile session is connected to the Cloud, first upload the files from your computer to your MATLAB Drive. For instructions, see Upload Files from Desktop or Laptop (MATLAB Mobile for iOS).
MATLAB Mobile supports the following functionality for file management:
You can create, open, rename, and delete files directly in the File Browser.
To create a new file, tap and select Create
file. Enter a valid file name. For a
.m file, the name must be a valid MATLAB name (must start with a letter and contain only letters,
numbers and underscores).
To delete a file, swipe the file name left and tap Delete.
To rename a file, swipe the file name left and tap the gray box with three dots, and then tap Rename. You must enter a valid file name.
On some more recent versions of iOS, you can also copy file path, rename, and delete a file when you press on the file and hold.
You can also open, copy, move, rename, and delete files by using the MATLAB commands at the command line. For example, to open a file, enter the following at the command line:
filename is the name of the file you want to