I just didn't realize "consolidator" can use other functions as its aggregation mode, in my case nanmedian etc. I have used "consolidator13" and couldn't get around the NaN data with it. Looks like the plain "consolidator" its the only one handling these other functions and I am sure it will do the trick for me. Thanks.
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I've been using consolidator with no problems and loving it. But I came across a data set with NaN values and it didn't work. I am getting a bunch of NaN even for the rows with real data. Is there any way around this? Thanks.
I am looking to plot a lot of these herrorbars together on one graph, to facilitate this is it possible to reduce the circle size, and also to reduce or even remove the vertical lines at the end of each arm? (Also is it possible to have other markers for the midpoint other than a circle?
I need some help with this function. Seems to be working except a column of data I'm working with. Tried using 'mean' and @nanmean and both result in a column filled with only NaNs. There is numeric data present, I can see it in the y variable, and it appears to show up in ycon as a 0 until line 258 where:
ycon(count==1,:) = y(ec==1,:)
ycon becomes nothing but NaNs