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How to write a range of numbers in MATLAB?

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Abdul Rahim Mahayadin
Abdul Rahim Mahayadin on 18 Apr 2018
Hi, I am trying to generate a speed range in MATLAB. Let second by second vehicle speed data samples is V (km/h) = 0 13 27 38 54 70 84 93 102 98 66 37 25 9 0 22 41 75 81 98 105 92 85 43 61 48 17 13 6 3 0. How to write the coding to classify the value of V based on speed range of:
0<V<=60
60<V<=80
80<V<=110
V>110

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njj1
njj1 on 18 Apr 2018
v1 = V((V>0) & (V<=60)); numV1 = numel(v1);
v2 = V((V>60) & (V<=80)); numV2 = numel(v2);
v3 = V((V>80) & (V<=110)); numV3 = numel(v3);
v4 = V(V>110); numV4 = numel(v4);

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Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 18 Apr 2018

Use the histogram or histcounts functions, depending on whether or not you want a graphical representation of the distribution of your values.

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