Multiple loop doesn´t work with right values

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Mariana
Mariana am 18 Mär. 2014
Kommentiert: Mariana am 19 Mär. 2014
Hello, I can´t figure out myself what is wrong with following nested loops:
index = 0;
for i = 1 : 2 : givenValue
index = index + 1;
j = i + 1;
for k = 1 : givenValue/2
if sth_x(k) > sth_y(k)
step(k) = sth_y(k) / sth_x(k);
end
end
for id = 1 : givenValue/2
values_x{index} = mat(i, 1) : mat(j, 1);
values_y{index} = mat (i, 2) : step(id) : mat(j, 2);
end
In words, what I need is to generate two cell arrays (values_x and values_y) with one row and several columns, which contains all points (pixels - it is image analysis) between points (pixels) mat(i,1) and mat (j,1) with growing i and j. values_x are allways increased with 1, but values_y are supposed to be increased with step counted before. Problem I have is that cell array values_y is generated with step from the last iteration only. I need values_y{1,1} to be counted with step 1 and values_y{1,2} to be counted with step 2. Therefore values_x{1,1} and values_y{1,1} will be the same length.
I´m new to matlab and I know this might be simple. But I really don´t know what is wrong. I tried to change order of "for" and "if", tried to replace "id" with "k" but still nothing works.
Thank you for your advices very much.

Antworten (1)

Nitin
Nitin am 18 Mär. 2014
You might need to initialize your cells first before saving to it.
a = cell(1, num);
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Nitin
Nitin am 19 Mär. 2014
Bearbeitet: Nitin am 19 Mär. 2014
Hopefully this will help, I am not sure what you are trying to achieve though:
index = 0;
givenValue = 10;
step = 1:5;
values_x = cell(1,10);
values_y = cell(1,10);
mat= randi(20,20,2);
for i = 1 : 2 : givenValue
index = index + 1;
j = i + 1;
for k = 1 : givenValue/2
if 2 > 1
display('So far so good')
end
for id = 1 : givenValue/2
values_x{index} = mat(i, 1) : mat(j, 1);
values_y{index} = mat (i, 2) : step(id) : mat(j, 2);
end
end
end
For example you can access the elements in the array using values_x{1}
Mariana
Mariana am 19 Mär. 2014
Thanks for your try :) I copied code into my editor and tried to run it, but it didn´t make me understand how I could solve my problem :( Probably I can ´t explain my problem well via text online. But once again thank you

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