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How do I make an entire row in a table NaN?

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FsC
FsC 2022년 10월 27일
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I am trying to make all values in specific rows of a table NaN.
My table (T) contains 4 columns (time, x position, y position, pressure). I use the value of the pressure to determine when X and Y are 'on' or 'off'. I then want to set all values in rows where it is 'off' to NaN
% get on and off T data
isOn = find(T.Pressure >0);
isOff = find(T.Pressure==0);
I have tried the following:
T(isOff,:) = NaN;
as well as:
for i = 1:length(isOff)
T(i,:) = NaN
end
But both give the error: Right hand side of an assignment into a table must be another table or a cell array.
What is the issue? Is there a way to do this using vectorization without having an extensive loop?
Thank you for your help!

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David Hill
David Hill 2022년 10월 27일
T(isOff,:) = {NaN};%does this work?

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Voss
Voss 2022년 10월 27일
T{isOff,:} = NaN; % use curly braces {}

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