how can i run OpenSees many times from Matlab ?

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ADNAN KIRAL
ADNAN KIRAL on 23 Jan 2020
Edited: Walter Roberson on 17 Jan 2022
I want to run OpenSees multiple times from matlab. I want to record all outputs into Matlab for each loop ? can i do this ?
can anyone help me with that?
thanks.

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ADNAN KIRAL
ADNAN KIRAL on 23 Jan 2020
Edited: ADNAN KIRAL on 23 Jan 2020
I have seen that, but I cannot record the output of OpenSees in Matlab. can I record each simulation in Matlab? possible? thanks.
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ADNAN KIRAL
ADNAN KIRAL on 26 Nov 2020
i have used tcl script and then called tcl file from matlab to run multiple times or simultaneously.
hope it helps.
clear all
clc
!OpenSees Test.tcl

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Andrea Nettis
Andrea Nettis on 10 Feb 2020
Yes, you can.
Usually, I use a script with a for-loop able to create a folder in which it puts the input tcl-files for Opensees and the executable Opensees.exe. For each step it launches Opensees with the corresponding tcl.files and it saves the output files in the same folder.
Then I have another script that enters in each folders and imports the output results as text files.
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ADNAN KIRAL
ADNAN KIRAL on 10 Feb 2020
thanks for the reply, but if I want to change a variable in OpenSees, Can I manage to change it from Matlab in for loop?
how to command OpenSees to change a variable from Matlab?
is this possible?
thanks in advance

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