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Conversion of csv file format to mat file format beta

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You can certainly import the data from CSV files to MS Access and use it in databases. But .mat files fro MS Access are just table shortcuts, not the actual databases, which means that this type of csv to mat conversion is pretty unlikely.

But several other file types feature mat file extension, so perhaps some other way how to convert csv to mat is possible.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.


Additional links: Open csv file, Open mat file


Files with csv extension are text data files in common Comma Separated Value file format. Simple text file with values divided by comma, often used as an import/export format.

Files with csv file extension might also be rarely found as old graphic file from CompuShow.

A csv file extension is related to the Boso View Express and used for its railway structure data.

Files with csv file extension might also be found as hint files from The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition computer game.


Files with mat file extension can mainly be found as table shortcuts for Microsoft Access databases. These are used to quickly access a table within the database.

Files with mat file extension may also often be found as so called material libraries from 3ds Max 3D modeling, animation & rendering software.

Files with mat extension can be also occasionally encountered as workspace variables files from MATlab.

Files with mat suffix may also be found as part of Freelancer computer game. These are game model textures.

Files with mat extension can be sometimes found as scripts with 3D pose data used in renders in Poser 3D modeling software.


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