How do I add values to an array on a conditional basis?

4 views (last 30 days)
Hi, I am trying to add values to a pre-allocated array based on whether the row number belongs to a set of values. In this example, I have generated an array with 7 rows and 900 columns, and only when the row number of another array matches the numbers in a specified vector, do I want the column values from that array to be added to my new array. At the moment, it keeps changing the dimension of the array so I am left with zeros in several of the unfilled positions. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.
abnormal_cycles_5 = [95, 94, 92, 91, 79, 72, 1];
values_v_5_abnormal = zeros(length(abnormal_cycles_5), 900);
values_w_5_abnormal = zeros(length(abnormal_cycles_5), 900);
for i = 1:95
if ismember(i, abnormal_cycles_5)
values_v_5_abnormal(i, 1:900) = values_v_5(i, 1:900);
values_w_5_abnormal(i, 1:900) = values_w_5(i, 1:900);
end
end
I have attached the variable values 'values_v_5' and 'values_w_5':

Accepted Answer

Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 25 Dec 2020
Do you mean like this:
abnormal_cycles_5 = [95, 94, 92, 91, 79, 72, 1]; % 7 columns, 1 row
values_v_5_abnormal = zeros(length(abnormal_cycles_5), 900); % 7 rows, 900 columns.
values_w_5_abnormal = zeros(length(abnormal_cycles_5), 900); % 7 rows, 900 columns.
values_w_5_abnormal(:, abnormal_cycles_5) = repmat(abnormal_cycles_5', 1, 7);
where the 7 element vector "abnormal_cycles_5" gets loaded into columns 95, 94, 92, 91, 79, 72, and 1 of the 2-D matrix "values_w_5_abnormal"?
  5 Comments

Sign in to comment.

More Answers (0)

Categories

Find more on Matrices and Arrays in Help Center and File Exchange

Community Treasure Hunt

Find the treasures in MATLAB Central and discover how the community can help you!

Start Hunting!