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Displaying all values from a for loop in one vector

Asked by Rebecca

Rebecca (view profile)

on 22 Jan 2013

Hi everyone. I know people have asked similar questions to this one, but I am a complete novice with MATLAB and have been unable to generalise the answers to my own problem.

I'd like all the answers generated in this loop to be displayed as one vector so that I can export them to Excel for an analysis. This is the loop:

for t=600:600:28800
    length(find(sumA<t))
end

It's a very simple loop, but I am stuck! sumA is a vector of values from another loop.

Thanks for any assistance!

Rebecca

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Answer by Walter Roberson

Walter Roberson (view profile)

on 22 Jan 2013
Accepted answer
sum(bsxfun(@lt, sumA(:), 600:600:28800))

Or, more generally,

tvals = 600:600:28800;
numT = length(tvals);
L = zeros(numT, 1);
for K = 1 : numT
  t = tvals(K);
  L(K) = length(find(sumA<t));
end

Then you could write L

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Rebecca

Rebecca (view profile)

on 22 Jan 2013

Wow, what a quick response. It worked a charm and I see what you did. Thanks so much!

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