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How to import text present in figure to excel?

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I wrote text in figure.For example:
axis off
text(0,0.5,sprintf([ 'speed = %0.1f kmph (%0.1f miles/hour)\n'
'time = %0.1f min \n '
And the output:
speed= 55kmph(30miles/hour)
time= 35min
How want import this output to excel?
Thank you in advance
Rik on 28 Jan 2022
Do you want to export the text as text? Or the figure as an image?
yojitha etikala
yojitha etikala on 28 Jan 2022
Hello Rik,
I want to export the text as text.
I want to see below output in the excel.
speed= 55kmph(30miles/hour)
time= 35min
Thank you

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Answers (1)

Ankit on 28 Jan 2022
There is one way to write the output to *.xlsx-File.
speed= 55;
time= 35;
filename = 'Test.xlsx';
str = sprintf(['speed = %0.3f kmph \n' 'time = %0.1f min \n '],speed,time);
OutPut = cellstr(str);
Rik on 3 Feb 2022
If the goal is to write something to an excel file, why is the text function used at all? That is an unnecessary step that still confuses me.
Ankit on 3 Feb 2022
Yes one can avoid that step but it is not clear how he is getting the data. I just used the def values.. whether he is displaying that data in figure etc.. if not then text command is not required..

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