I have access to MATLAB for data processing, and TeXstudio for the report. I am familiar with MATLAB about 100x more than LaTeX. The data flow I am trying to create:
CSV file is generated with 50 columns of data, 1 timestamp column for everything, 1 column where timestamps for events are noted by the user since data is collected continuously (they push a button while data is being collected to create the event timestamp)
MATLAB looks in the event timestamps column and finds the data at those times by comparing it against the timestamp column to locate the segments of data for processing.
MATLAB finds the parameters of the data segments that the user requests (min, max, median, rise times, fall times, etc)
MATLAB stores all of this information in a file somewhere or builds a large table with the information. There may also be graphs created from those data segments in (2)
Here's where LaTeX comes in:
LaTeX will create the report for this data. With pre-entered statements like during Task X the maximum value reached was Y, where Y is taken from the MATLAB table that was created for that task in (3).
This is repeated for each task. Some data columns may be grouped, and there may be some plots, table and figures that would also need to be dispersed throughout the final report.
I can figure out most of the MATLAB portions myself, it is the combining of the two together and the LaTeX portion i want to learn. Where are the best references or examples to do what I am proposing?
The data should look something like this (sorry I cant seem to figure out how to format a table on this thing but with a zillion more rows and data lines:
Time Data Line 1 Data Line 2 Data Line 3 Data Line 4 Data Line 5 7:49:23 AM 0.43493256 851.4415556 0.032704144 -1.24928 -0.016921 7:49:24 AM 0.52979029 851.4415556 0.032704144 -1.24928 -0.016921