ts_med = median(ts)
ts_med = method(ts,Name,Value)
returns the median value of ts_med
= median(ts
) ts.Data
.
returns
the median value of ts_med
= method(ts
,Name,Value
)ts.Data
with additional options
specified by one or more Name,Value
pair arguments.

The 
Specify optional commaseparated pairs of Name,Value
arguments.
Name
is the argument
name and Value
is the corresponding
value. Name
must appear
inside single quotes (' '
).
You can specify several name and value pair
arguments in any order as Name1,Value1,...,NameN,ValueN
.

A string specifying one of two possible values, Default: 

A vector of integers, indicating which quality codes represent missing samples (for vector data) or missing observations (for data arrays with two or more dimensions). 

A string specifying one of two possible values, 

The median value of
When 
The following example finds the median values in multivariate
timeseries data. MATLAB^{®} finds the median independently for each
data column in the timeseries
object:
% Load a 24by3 data array: load count.dat % Create a timeseries object with 24 time values: count_ts = timeseries(count,[1:24],'Name','CountPerSecond'); % Find the median of each data column for this timeseries object: median(count_ts)
MATLAB returns:
23.5000 36.0000 39.0000
MATLAB determines weighting by:
Attaching a weighting to each time value, depending on its order, as follows:
First time point — The duration of the first
time interval (t(2)  t(1))
.
Time point that is neither the first nor last time
point — The duration between the midpoint of the previous time
interval to the midpoint of the subsequent time interval ((t(k
+ 1)  t(k))/2 + (t(k)  t(k  1))/2)
.
Last time point — The duration of the last
time interval (t(end)  t(end  1))
.
Normalizing the weighting for each time by dividing each weighting by the mean of all weightings.
Note:
If the 
Multiplying the data for each time by its normalized weighting.