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What is the problem in these code?

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Selin Soguksu
Selin Soguksu 2012년 12월 19일
마감: MATLAB Answer Bot 2021년 8월 20일
Hello friends, I have a code like this:
for x=1:50
When I wrote this codes to MATLAB, I have 50 different (50 rows-10 columns) matrices. Like this:
a(:,:,1) , a(:,:,2), a(:,:3), …………a(:,:,50)
And I want to calculate f1 and f2 for these 50 different matrices. When I wrote like this there was an error saying “Indexing must appear last in an index expression”.
f1=sum(a(:,:,x) (:,1:2:end),2);
f2=sum(a(:,:,x) (:,2:2:end),2);
What is the mistake in these codes? Please help me...
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Jan 2012년 12월 19일
편집: Jan 2012년 12월 19일
It would be useful if you explain, what the the expression "a(:,:,x) (:,1:2:end)" should do. As long as it is no valid Matlab syntax, a suggestion for improvement requires guessing what you want to achieve. And an answer based on guesses can be worse than no answer.


Jürgen 2012년 12월 19일
편집: Jürgen 2012년 12월 19일
sum(a(:,:,x) (:,1:2:end),2); is not correct , I think What do you want to do there? '(:,1:2:end)' is referring to the index and it put at the right place regards,J
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Jürgen 2012년 12월 19일
편집: Jan 2012년 12월 19일
to sum all even columns:sum(A(:,2:2:end)) for odd columns: sum(A(:,1:2:end))

Selin Soguksu
Selin Soguksu 2012년 12월 19일
Thanks all of you for the answers and comments. I saw my mistake and correct my codes. Now it works good. I know my codes are not clear enough, because I am very new with MATLAB. And also sometimes I can't tell you what I want because of my poor English.
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Selin Soguksu
Selin Soguksu 2012년 12월 20일
When I assign a(:,:,x) to a new variable, and use this variable to the entire of the code, there was no problem.



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