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Running script for different datafiles consecutively

Running script for different datafiles consecutively

Running script for different datafiles consecutively

My script is:

CODE --> matlab

  % Import data
  % PD: probability of default
  % CM: covariance matrix
  % DT: default threshold
  PD = xlsread('Book1.xlsx','PD');
  CM = xlsread('Book1.xlsx','COV');
  DT = xlsread('Book1.xlsx','DT');
  Original_PD = PD;                       %Store original PD
  LM_rows = size(PD,1)+1;                 %Expected LM rows
  LM_columns = size(PD,2);                 %Expected LM columns
  LM_FINAL = zeros(LM_rows,LM_columns);    %Dimensions of LM_FINAL
  for i = 1:size(PD,2)
      PD = Original_PD(:,i);
      options = optimset('Display','iter');
      x0 = zeros(size(PD,1)+1,1);
      [LM,fval,exitflag] = fsolve(@(x)ConstLM(x,PD,CM,DT), x0, options);
      LM_FINAL(:,i) = LM;

Now I have many datafiles, namely:

CODE --> matlab





Currently I am running the script manually for each Book, how can I run let it run automatically for all 100 Book's?

The final result I am after is the LM_FINAL variable which is a 3x1348 matrix of values. When automated for 100 Book's, I will end up with 100 sets of 3x1348 matrix of values, ie, 300x1348 matrix of values. I would like to display this entire 300x1348 matrix of values in one variable called LM_FINAL_ALL.

Lastly, if required, an example of my datafile Book1 (excel file) can be found here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/bf16cpi6532ze1j/Book1.xl...

Many thanks. If I am unclear please let me know and I will try explain further.

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