Asked by Pat
on 29 Dec 2012

I have values as

data2 =

[20x480 double] [20x480 double] [20x480 double] [20x480 double] { 1x8 cell } { 1x8 cell } { 1x8 cell } { 1x8 cell }

data1 =

[20x480 double] { 1x8 cell }

i want to match data2 and data1 by euclidean distance and if same values are present i want to display it,plz help

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Answer by Matt J
on 29 Dec 2012

Accepted answer

find(arrayfun(@(i) isequal(data2(:,i),data1), 1:size(data2,2) )),

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Matt J
on 2 Jan 2013

@Pat,

data1=data2 is not a valid example of your original problem description. In your problem as you originally posted it, data1 had only one column. When I modify your example as follows, I get the expected result

data2={rand(20,480),rand(20,480); num2cell(ones(1,8)), num2cell(ones(1,8))};

data1=data2(:,2);

find(arrayfun(@(i) isequal(data2(:,i),data1), 1:size(data2,2) ))

ans =

2

If this is not what you want, edit your question clarifying the form of the data and also, include a numerical example of desired input and output.

Pat
on 3 Jan 2013

if data1 has different values i get empty matrix

i want to display data is present ,how can i check the answer if it is empty matrix or not and display it

so how i can display it as "data is present".

Walter Roberson
on 3 Jan 2013

isempty()

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## Matt J (view profile)

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What's in the 1x8 cells?

What do you want displayed? The data? The column numbers of data2 which agree with data1?

When are the values considered "the same"? When the Euclidean distance = 0 precisely or is there some tolerance>0? If the tolerance=0, why care about the Euclidean distance at all? Why not just use ISEQUAL, as in my Answer below?