I have a large matrix, m, and am trying to count the number of a specific value (i.e. How many indexes are of the value 4?)
I tried using
val = sum(m == 4);
but I end up with val being a matrix/vector of numbers. I assume these numbers are from each column and should be added together for the total, so I tried another
num = sum(val == 4);
but then I just end up with another vector/matrix.
How can I do it?
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numberOfNonZeros = nnz(m==4);
Using nnz is more efficient than converting logicals to numeric, which is required to apply sum()
This could be done easily with histc() and unique() to get the number of each value:
uv = unique(x); n = histc(x,uv);
Or with unique() and accumarray():
[uv,~,idx] = unique(x); n = accumarray(idx(:),1)