Extract multiple data points from matrix

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Dylan George
Dylan George 2019년 1월 9일
댓글: Matt Tearle 2019년 1월 16일
Hi everyone, anyone know how to make a loop, or automate this somehow, got 30+ lines of this! Thanks
xdata1 = data([extendedX1coordinates(:,1):X2coordinates(:,1)],[Y1coordinates(:,1):Y2coordinates(:,1)],:) ;
xdata2 = data([extendedX1coordinates(:,2):X2coordinates(:,2)],[Y1coordinates(:,2):Y2coordinates(:,2)],:) ;
xdata3 = data([extendedX1coordinates(:,3):X2coordinates(:,3)],[Y1coordinates(:,3):Y2coordinates(:,3)],:) ;
xdata4 = data([extendedX1coordinates(:,4):X2coordinates(:,4)],[Y1coordinates(:,4):Y2coordinates(:,4)],:) ;
xdata5 = data([extendedX1coordinates(:,5):X2coordinates(:,5)],[Y1coordinates(:,5):Y2coordinates(:,5)],:) ;
xdata6 = data([extendedX1coordinates(:,6):X2coordinates(:,6)],[Y1coordinates(:,6):Y2coordinates(:,6)],:) ;

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi 2019년 1월 9일
xdata=cell(1,size(extendedXicoordinates,2)); % preallocate
for i = 1:size(extendedXicoordinates,2)
xdata{i} = data(extendedXicoordinates(:,i):X2coordinates(:,i),Yicoordinates(:,i):Y2coordinates(:,i),:) ;
end
celldisp(xdata)
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Dylan George
Dylan George 2019년 1월 9일
thanks for your help so far madhan.! It only gives me 3x4x100 though :/ I should have been clearer in my question. the x1,y1,x2,y2 are multiple coordinates, matricies of 1x34.

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Matt Tearle
Matt Tearle 2019년 1월 9일
It might help to know a bit more about what you're actually trying to do. Given that you're indexing with (:,k), it seems that the variables XXXcoordinates are matrices...? But then you're extracting columns, so column:column would be weird and may not be doing what you want. So maybe those variables are vectors?
Then what are you going to do with the result? As Madhan points out, you don't want 30 uniquely named variables in your workspace. What's the end goal here?
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Matt Tearle
Matt Tearle 2019년 1월 16일
OK, if the coordinates are row vector (1-by-34), then data(x1(:,i):x2(:,i)) is valid, although I'd still prefer to write it as data(x1(i):x2(i)) for clarity. I find the use of row, column indexing with the colon confusing when the result is a single index value.
But now I don't see why Madhan's code isn't doing what you want.
xdata{i} = data(x1(i):x2(i),y1(i):y2(i),:)
The ith cell of xdata will be a portion of data, with the rows and columns extracted being defined by x1, x2, y1, and y2. If the size of xdata{i} isn't what you'd expect, you'll need to look at the values of x1(i), x2(i), y1(i), and y2(i).
One thing to be wary of: if you think of x and y in our normal mathematical arrangement (x horizontal, y vertical), then as indices x would correspond to columns and y to rows. (So data(y1(i):y(2),x1(i):x2(i),:).)

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Dylan George
Dylan George 2019년 1월 9일
thanks for your help so far madhan.! It only gives me 3x4x100 though :/

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