Data Linking And value reassignment for variables

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Vance Blake
Vance Blake 2019년 8월 12일
답변: dpb 2019년 8월 13일
Hello, I need to reassign selected plotted points to NaN values and update my graph so that they no longer show up on the graph but I am having trouble getting my code to work. I need to compare x and y values between 2 different sized arrays. If the coordinates compared match I need those coordinates to be sent back to the original matrix as NaN values and then have the current figure updated accordingly and those points no longer showing on the graph. Below is the string of code I am working with. Any help would be greatly appreciated. X and Y are the where the orignial points are stored while HS_elim is the array that contains the points that should be eliminated.
LengthofTC4 = length(HS_elim);
for i = 1:n
for j = 1:LengthofTC4
if x(i) == HS_elim(j,1) || y(i) == HS_elim(j,2)
x(i) = NaN;
y(i) = NaN;
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dpb 2019년 8월 13일
Well, like so often what started as a comment to try to learn more about the problem morphed into a solution along the way...if it does solve the problem I'll go ahead and make an Answer out of it.

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dpb 2019년 8월 13일
I presume the "~-0" clause is to not eliminate i==j? Or can there be actual identical matches elsewhere?
Either way the first loop
% Circle of influence elimination HS-HS test & isolates hormone seeds that fail condition
threshold=16; % don't bury magic numbers in code...
elim_dist2=diag(inf(n,1))+squareform(pdist([x y])); % distances between points
[HS_elim_x, HS_elim_y]=find(elim_dist2<threshold); % locations under threshold
HS_elim=[HS_elim_x, HS_elim_y];
All the other variables are the same as HS_elim, just copies of the same thing. Not sure why???
But, now you have indices, not values you have to look up again -- just set those locations:
LengthofTC4 = size(HS_elim,1); % length --> max(size()) not number rows
for j = 1:LengthofTC4
x(HS_elim_x(j)) = NaN;
y(HS_elim_y(j)) = NaN;
if you still want it to be on element-by-element basis -- but unless you pause() between you probably can't see the evolution anyway, so simply
x(HS_elim_x) = NaN;
y(HS_elim_y) = NaN;
does the dirty...
The above does assume there aren't zeros elsewhere other than the diagonal...that's the point of the Inf() on the diagonal of the squareform array...if there are other locations, you can, of course, write a compound expression for the find() operation; I was just trying to do it with one by eliminating zero elements first.

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