This is a simple question, but I'm getting confused cuz of the different datatypes in cell
I have Cell_A (attached). I want to find the indices (row numbers) of those rows which contain '\N' in the third column. How can it be done? When these indices are found, I also want to eliminate those rows. Ultimately, I want a matrix which contains the first column of elements and the corresponding third column of elements. (with the rows containing \N eliminated).
The index output should be "4" since the fourth row contains '\N'.
This is what I have done till now.....I'm facing a problem since datatypes don't match.
Data = Tst_sorted;
Img_num = str2double(Data(:,1));
Img_class = Data(:,3);