I would like to call some custom
Matlab functions in julia which are defined in separate
As MVP, consider the file
Cps.m which contains the following code
function C = Cps(T)
% solid maltodextrin
% from Jakob Slots master thesis pp. 87
C = (1548.8+1.9625.*(T-273.15)-5.9399e-3*(T-273.15).^2)*1e-3;%1000;%0*2e3 + 4e3*0;
Is there a way to import these functions into julia with
Matlab.jl such that I can call the matlab function
$res = Cps($input)
or in a similar way?
Never tried to interop with MATLAB, but I’m pretty sure you can find some example here: https://github.com/JuliaInterop/MATLAB.jl
Hope this help!
I have also never tried this but my guess is that as long as the Cps.m file is on Matlab’s path then you should be able to do exactly what said. The docs say that
just executes arbitrary Matlab code. I would take that to mean if you typed it into the Matlab command window it would work.
Thanks, I did not consider that the functions are already accessible if the path to the folder containing the function is already in the search path, so I can do the following.