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unique function return value of duplicate vector entry

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vincent demunck
vincent demunck 7 Jan 2021
I'm currently using the below stated code to load and analyze a text file of IR sensor data that I gathered. I want to plot part of the IR data against the time, and localize the minima using islocalmin, this has worked so far for a great number of my data but now i'm encoutering a problem.
Upon running the code, i get the error that Sampleploints values contains duplicates (for the first entry under sensor 1) , and upon running the unique command i do indeed see that it deletes an entry from Time1_1 such that there is a doubly recorded time value. I have the same problem for the islocalmin command in the first line under sensor 2.
But i'm unable to extract exactly which timevalue (index of Time1_1 or Time2_1) is the duplicate value so that I can also delete it from V1_1 and V2_1, is there anyone that can help me with.
clc; close all; clear all;
D = readtable('0712-1064-100-IR','Filetype','text');
V1 = table2array(D(:,1));
Time1 = table2array(D(:,2));
Vminarray1 = table2array(D(:,5));
Vmintime1 = table2array(D(:,6));
V2 = table2array(D(:,7));
Time2 = table2array(D(:,8));
Vmintime2 = table2array(D(:,12));
Vminarray2 = table2array(D(:,11));
Vlin = table2array(D(:,14));
%adjusted variables Sensor 1
V1_1 = V1(1:149046);
V1_2 = V1(149047:end);
Time1_1 = Time1(1:149046);
Time1_2 = Time1(149047:end);
%adjusted variables Sensor 2
V2_1 = V2(1:149046);
V2_2 = V2(149047:end);
Time2_1 = Time2(1:149046);
Time2_2 = Time2(149047:end);
[C1,ind1] = unique(Time1_1,'last');
[C2,ind2] = unique(Time2_1,'last');
%%
close all; clc;
%part1
Nr_droplets = 2000; %1558? (3117/2) %how to get this count? Is this something you add in after or from the video file? --> now i added t1min1 and t2min2 and divided by two and rounded down or divided ds1 or ds2 by 2
%Nr_droplets is size of LD?
%plot data to visualise it, but divid by 1e6 to go from miliseconds to seconds
%first part of the Data
figure
plot((Time1_1/1e6),V1_1)
title('Voltage data both sensors')
xlabel('time (s)') %sure this is in seconds?
ylabel('IR sensor signals (V)')
grid on
hold on
plot((Time2_1/1e6),V2_1)
%plot((Vmintime1/1e6),Vminarray1, 'marker', 'x', 'linestyle' , 'none', 'Color', 'red');
%plot((Vmintime2/1e6),Vminarray2, 'marker', 'x', 'linestyle' , 'none', 'Color', 'blue');
legend('Vsensor1','Vsensor2');
hold off
%second part of the data
figure
plot((Time1_2/1e6),V1_2)
title('Voltage data both sensors')
xlabel('time (s)') %sure this is in seconds?
ylabel('IR sensor signals (V)')
grid on
hold on
plot((Time2_2/1e6),V2_2)
%plot((Vmintime1/1e6),Vminarray1, 'marker', 'x', 'linestyle' , 'none', 'Color', 'red');
%plot((Vmintime2/1e6),Vminarray2, 'marker', 'x', 'linestyle' , 'none', 'Color', 'blue');
legend('Vsensor1','Vsensor2');
hold off
%adjusted variables again --> convert to seconds --> arduino registers
%microseconds!
Time1_1s = Time1_1/1e6;
Time1_2s = Time1_2/1e6;
Time2_1s = Time2_1/1e6;
Time2_2s = Time2_2/1e6;
%find and evaluate sensor1minima - Prominence is the width of the interval
%to make sure that it only detects a single minimum in the interval and not
%multiple. --> minseperation ensures that we only detect a signle minimum
%and not multiple.
%sensor1 minima
V1min_1 = islocalmin(V1_1,'MinProminence',0.04,'MinSeparation',0.12,'SamplePoints',Time1_1s);
V1min_2 = islocalmin(V1_2,'MinProminence',0.04,'MinSeparation',0.12,'SamplePoints',Time1_2s);
%sensor2 minima
V2min_1 = islocalmin(V2_1,'MinProminence',0.04,'MinSeparation',0.12,'SamplePoints',Time2_1s);
V2min_2 = islocalmin(V2_2,'MinProminence',0.04,'MinSeparation',0.12,'SamplePoints',Time2_2s);

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Jeremy Hughes
Jeremy Hughes 7 Jan 2021
A few notes here...
V1 = table2array(D(:,1));
is equivalent to
V1 = D.(1);
or
V1 = D.Var1;% (or whatever the name is).
BUT, you can also just use readvars which does all that for you.
[V1,Time1,~,~,Vminarray1,Vmintime1,V2,Time2,~,~,Vminarray2,Vmintime2,~,Vlin] = readvars('0712-1064-100-IR','Filetype','text'); % I think all the names/tildas are in the right place... but don't trust me.
As far as the actual question, you'd need to include the data file to say anything.

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James Tursa
James Tursa 7 Jan 2021
편집: James Tursa 7 Jan 2021
Why can't you just use ind1 and ind2? E.g.,
V1_1 = V1_1(ind1);
V2_1 = V2_1(ind1);
V1_2 = V1_2(ind2);
V2_2 = V2_2(ind2);

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vincent demunck
vincent demunck 8 Jan 2021
After Searching further I actually found the answer online in another topic by using the following bit of code below!
[v2,w2] = unique(Time2_1,'last');
duplicate_indices2 = setdiff( 1:numel(Time2_1), w2 );

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