save mat file script in matlab directory

To save a MATLAB file (.mat) in the current MATLAB directory, you can use the save function. Here's an example script:

% Create some sample data
x = 1:10;
y = x.^2;

% Save the data to a .mat file
save('data.mat', 'x', 'y');

This script creates two variables, x and y, and then saves them to a file named "data.mat" using the save function. The variables x and y are specified as arguments to the save function, so only these variables will be saved in the file.

Make sure to replace "data.mat" with the desired file name, and modify the script to match your specific data and variable names.