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How can I see just a couple of datapoint based on a specific criteria

Asked by Locks on 24 Apr 2013

I have a dataset that consists of double where I would like to see those rows where the column 10 is equal to 1

I tried this:

dataset(dataset(:,10)==1)

which is working fine but gives me only the first column. I would like to see the whole row and therefore I tried this:

   dataset(:,dataset(:,10)==1))

but that's not working. what am I doing wrong?

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Answer by the cyclist on 24 Apr 2013
Edited by the cyclist on 24 Apr 2013
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So close ...

   >> dataset(dataset(:,10)==1,:)

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Locks on 24 Apr 2013

I tired that also, but it didn't work, I got this error:

 dataset(dataset(:,10)==1),:)
                          |
Error: Unexpected MATLAB operator.

It's fine, I found it, a bracket was missing

the cyclist on 24 Apr 2013

Sorry. I corrected that typo about 10 seconds after I posted, but you were too fast! Try the edited version.

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