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  1. So once I've logged a file to an SD card, how do I get hold of the data? I can download the file to my computer but I can't read it as its in some unknown binary format and I can't export it to something like and ascii text or .csv file. Am I missing something here? or have I got a logger that can capture data but the data can't be displayed, viewed or otherwise accessed?
  2. Francesco

    Matlab files

    Hello, I am working on preparing Labs for my Circuit class using Digilent Analog Discovery (Real Analog - Circuits 1) and I have a question about MATLAB files. In a few labs, he mentions about required MATLAB files in order to complete the lab. For example, in Lab 12.4.1, this is the line that I have copied from the PDF document: "The calculations are simple, but rather tedious. The MATLAB m-file associated with this lab can be used to streamline these calculations. Run the m-file and input the appropriate resistance values when prompted. Assume that the inductor resistance is zero for the pre-lab calculations." Could you please help me find out where the MATLAB files are? Thanks! Kind Regards, Francesco Madaro, Ph.D.