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Change data in Matlab table

Asked by ionut on 19 Jan 2013

The next code is generating the table:

%Program start:
ek1=0;
ek2=0;
ek3=0; 
uk1=0;
uk2=0;
uk3=0; 
yk1=0;
yk2=0; 
wk=1;
for k=0:36 
	yk=0.19897725*uk1+0.15764221*uk2+1.42526141*yk1-0.496585302*yk2; vy(k+1)=yk;
	
	ek=wk-yk;
	ve(k+1)=ek
	
	uk=3.633713*ek-.1511479*ek1+4.6158145*ek2-0.979647*ek3+0.8868*uk1+0.651103*uk2-0.537903*uk3;
	vu(k+1)=uk;
	uk3=uk2;uk2=uk1;uk1=uk;
	yk2=yk1;yk1=yk;
	ek3=ek2;ek2=ek1;ek1=ek;
end
plot(vy,'-g')
hold on
plot(ve,'-r')
hold on
plot(vu,'-b')
grid
%Generating the table in Matlab:
f = figure('Position',[200 150 300 150]);
k=0:1:36;
k';
vy';
ve';
vu';
dat=[k' vy' ve' vu'];
cname={'K','YK','EK','UK'};
rname={'0','1','2','3','4','5','6','7','8','9','10','11','12','13','14','15','16','17','18','19','20','21','22','23','24','25','26','27','28','29','30','31','32','33','34','35','36'};
t=uitable('Parent',f,'Data',dat,'ColumnName',cname,'RowName',rname,'Position',[10 1 700 686]);
%End of program

Is there any method to appear 0 on EK column of the table, instead of ...e-04(05 06 and 07)?

Many thanks!

2 Comments

Image Analyst on 19 Jan 2013

Edit - I fixed the mangled, un-runnable formatting. Simply copying and pasting your code did not work.

ionut on 19 Jan 2013

I don't understand what do you mean.

ionut

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Answer by Image Analyst on 19 Jan 2013
Accepted answer

I don't see anything smaller than 1e-04 in your table, but if you did, this is how you can set those values to zero:

% Set everything smaller that +/- 1e-03 to zero.
ve(abs(ve) < 1e-3) = 0;

Put that code after the look where you calculate ve.

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ionut on 19 Jan 2013

It works. Thank you!

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