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combining specific elements in an array

Asked by Muhammad Haziq on 6 Dec 2018
Latest activity Commented on by Muhammad Haziq on 6 Dec 2018
I have a array containing 9 element, now I want combine every three columns into one so at final I have an array of three elements. can any body help me.
initial_array = [16, 29, 0.599, 16, 30, 0.297, 16,33, 0.178]
final_array=[1629.599, 1630.297, 1633.178]

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Answer by Stephen Cobeldick on 6 Dec 2018
Edited by Stephen Cobeldick on 6 Dec 2018
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Assuming that the number of digits is always the same....
Method one: reshape and matrix multiply:
>> V = [16, 29, 0.599, 16, 30, 0.297, 16, 33, 0.178];
>> Z = [100,1,1]*reshape(V,3,[])
Z =
1629.599000000000 1630.297000000000 1633.178000000000
Method two: indexing:
>> Z = 100*V(1:3:end) + V(2:3:end) + V(3:3:end)
Z =
1629.599000000000 1630.297000000000 1633.178000000000

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Thanks for replying it solve my problem.

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