How to force maltab to continue with next value of for loop index if it encounters NaN or infinity in the present loop.

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Amardeep Mishra
Amardeep Mishra on 23 Oct 2018
Commented: Amardeep Mishra on 23 Oct 2018
I have created an automate script to ease my pains of running my simulink simulation again and again manually. I pass the value to the simulink in each loop and let it run and save the generated graphs in a directory of my own. My problem is that the loop terminates abruptly whenever simulink encounters NaN! So, instead of taking the next loop index, it comes out of the loop prematurely without even completing all the indices over which for loop is running. Kindly help me. This is my very simple automate script:
for i=5:7
f = figure('visible','off');
rng(i)
theta_f_init=.1*rand(2,25);
rng(i)
theta_g_init=.1*rand(2,100);
sim('fuzzy_lafifi')
plot(error,'linewidth',2);
title('error');
set(f, 'Position', get(0, 'Screensize'));
k=num2str(i);
string=strcat('~/Desktop/yew/','error_afsmc_',k);
saveas(f,string,'png');
end

Answers (1)

madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 23 Oct 2018
Edited: madhan ravi on 23 Oct 2018
if ~isfinite(yourvariable(i))==1
continue
else
do this
end
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Amardeep Mishra
Amardeep Mishra on 23 Oct 2018
the size of theta_f is 2x25x10001, and it is this that is blowing up. My point is, the moment sim() encounters NaN it comes out of the for loop.

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