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Finding array with maximum value at each row

Asked by sushma sharma

sushma sharma (view profile)

on 20 Apr 2013

hi,

i have three 10 x 1 arrays, a, b, and c. how can i write a function that show which array has the highest value at each row. the output will be something like this: a c b b a .... any help would be appreciated! sushma

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on 20 Apr 2013
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>> [~,idx] = max([a,b,c],[],2)

idx will be 1,2, or 3, indicating whether a,b, or c has the max.

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on 20 Apr 2013

thank you!

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