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Brace indexing is not supported for variables of this type

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Mos_bad
Mos_bad on 6 Dec 2019
Commented: Jeremy on 6 Dec 2019
Mu_s and Mu_d are cell. This if statement is part of a function which is called inside of a main for loop. I got the following error when execute the main script.
Brace indexing is not supported for variables of this type.
if Mu_s{scenario,i,j,k}<1.0 && Mu_d{scenario,i,j,k}<7.0
DS{scenario,i,j,k}=0; % no damage
elseif Mu_s{scenario,i,j,k}>1.0 && Mu_s{scenario,i,j,k}<2.0 && Mu_d{scenario,i,j,k}<7.0
DS{scenario,i,j,k}=1; % minor damage state
elseif Mu_s{scenario,i,j,k}>2.0 && Mu_s{scenario,i,j,k}<4.0 && Mu_d{scenario,i,j,k}<7.0
DS{scenario,i,j,k}=2; % moderate damage state
elseif Mu_s{scenario,i,j,k}>4.0 && Mu_s{scenario,i,j,k}<6.0 && Mu_d{scenario,i,j,k}<7.0
DS{scenario,i,j,k}=3; % major damage state
elseif Mu_s{scenario,i,j,k}>6.0 || Mu_d{scenario,i,j,k}>7.0
DS{scenario,i,j,k}=3; % collapse or complete damage state
end

Answers (1)

Jeremy
Jeremy on 6 Dec 2019
Mu_s{:} < 1.0 && Mu_d{:} < 7.0
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Jeremy
Jeremy on 6 Dec 2019
Indexing the cell with curly braces should pull the scalar value and allow you to get a logical result, unless the value contained within the cell is another cell array.

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