Date: Feb 13, 2013 11:28 AM
Author: James Tursa
Subject: Re: How to read an n-dimensioned matrix from a binary file

"Jim " <psugrad1990@gmail.com> wrote in message <kfgcv4$61l$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> I would like to write a Matlab script to read an N-dimensioned matrix created in Fortran. Specifically, the Fortran code wrote to a binary file using the following:
>
> write(30) a, b, c
>
> with the following declarations for a,b,c
>
> real a(16,20,22,6,3, 2)
>
> real b(16,20,22,6,3,13)
>
> real c(16,20,22,6,3,13)
>
> In Matlab, it seems that fread handles only a vector or 2-dimesional matrix
> fread(fileID, sizeA) where sizeA is a vector of size n or 2-dimensional matrix [m,n].
>
> How can I read the N-dimensioned matrix I described?


Cross-posted on Answers. See my comments there ...

James Tursa