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How can I retime my timetable with a 10days timestep?

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Hamed Hedayatnia
Hamed Hedayatnia on 1 May 2020
Commented: Peter Perkins on 5 May 2020
Hi guys,
I need to retime my hourly timetable to an average 10days time step. Then apply an index to them.
I know that predefine timesteps like hourly or monthly exist in m,atlab but 10day time interval??
Thanks in advance

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dpb
dpb on 1 May 2020
Read the documentation...
TT2 = retime(TT1,'regular',method,'TimeStep',dt) calculates regularly spaced row times using the time step dt. The dt input argument is a scalar duration or calendar duration, specifying a time step of any size. The row times of TT2 span the range of row times of TT1.
Use this syntax when the time step is not one of the predefined time steps you can specify as a character vector or string.
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Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 1 May 2020
Pass a datetime vector as the newTimes input to retime as shown in the Interpolate Timetable Data to Time Vector example on the documentation page.

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