Index in position 1 exceeds array bounds (must not exceed 3) For loop error

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EventsDateIncludedforArea is 1x6 cell and and each array in it has 6 columns. Matlab gives me error of exceeds array bounds in line 38 but I can't notice my error. Can anyone help me? Here is my code and matrix is in that figure
36 for i=1:length(EventsDateIncludedforArea)
37 for j=1:length(EventsDateIncludedforArea{i})
38 if (4.5<=EventsDateIncludedforArea{i}(j,6) && EventsDateIncludedforArea{i}(j,6)<=4.9)
39 index1{i}=[EventsDateIncludedforArea{i}(j,6),EventsDateIncludedforArea{i}(j,1)];
40 end
41 end
42 end

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Mitch Lautigar
Mitch Lautigar 2022년 5월 9일
The issue you have is that your second for loop is looking in the same indices as your first for loop. Here's my suggestion:
index1 = []; %pre-declaration
for i=1:length(EventsDateIncludedforArea)
tabledata = EventsDateIncludedforArea{i};
[a,b] = size(tabledata); %a is rows, b is columns
for j=1:b
if ( (4.5<=tabledata(j,6)) && (tabledata(j,6)<=4.9) )
index1{i}=[tabledata(j,6),tabledata(j,1)];
end
end
end
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busra gogen
busra gogen 2022년 5월 9일
Still same...
And tabledate contains only three rows now but I have more than three columns for each cell..
Index in position 1 exceeds array bounds (must not exceed 3).
Error in AlfaBetaArea (line 41)
if ( (4.5<=tabledata(j,6)) && (tabledata(j,6)<=4.9) )

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