how can I change directory of matlabfunction to a writable directory preferably outside of MATLAB installation area?

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when I use matlab function error occur that [ The current directory is c:\program files\matlab\r2011a\matlab\bin, which is reserved for MATLAB files.
Please change your current directory to a writable directory preferably outside of MATLAB installation area.] from where can I change it?
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Jan
Jan el 5 de Abr. de 2013
cd(tempdir)
or
cd(userpath)
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Avdhesh Kumar
Avdhesh Kumar el 17 de Mayo de 2021
yes man!
thank you so much.I was having error while simulink onramp and changing directory wasn't an option.

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Minh Ly Duc
Minh Ly Duc el 20 de Mzo. de 2022
Dear,
Step 1: At the matlab code editor screen (Editor menu)
Step 2: At the location of the brown folder: The link showing the location of the matlab file is generating an error
Step 3: Delete the link above and select any location in your computer's drive
Step 4: You create any empty folder
Step 5: Run
Good luck!

Hoang Mai
Hoang Mai el 24 de Mzo. de 2019
I can't repair error. I have created command into prompt as following:
c:>\cd Users\PC\Documents\MATLAB
So the result back yet:
The current directory 'c:\program files\matlab\r2016a\bin' is reserved for MATLAB files.
Please change your current directory to a writeable directory outside of the MATLAB installation area.
Component: Stateflow | Category: General error
Please change your current directory to a writeable directory outside of the MATLAB installation area.
Component: Simulink | Category: Model error
Can you help me!
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Jan
Jan el 25 de Mzo. de 2019
In which "prompt" do you enter this? In the command window of Matlab or of the operating system? What is the purpose of "c:>"? In the command shell of the operating system this tries to create the file 'Users\PC\Documents\MATLAB' inside the current directory and to write the output of 'c:' to it, which is empty. I guess you want to do:
cd C:\Users\PC\Documents\MATLAB

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