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pre allocating / extracting data from vector based on condition

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Amit Ifrach
Amit Ifrach am 9 Feb. 2023
Kommentiert: Amit Ifrach am 11 Feb. 2023
I want to find a way other then if statement to go through vector and check if some conditions apply to each cell and to return 1 or 0 in accordance to the result of the conditions.
for example, I have a vector called vorroi, which contains the candidate points to be ploted in a plot.
the current process that decides if the current cell of vorroi will be plottted (passed the statements) is this for statement:
if ismember(1, c{j})==0 && (isempty(polyxpoly(crsvrtcl(:,1),crsvrtcl(:,2),v(c{j},1),v(c{j},2)))==0 || isempty(polyxpoly(crshrzntl(:,1),crshrzntl(:,2),v(c{j},1),v(c{j},2)))==0) %ismember(0, inpolygon(v(c{j},1),v(c{j},2), fhpos(:,1), fhpos(:,2)))~=1
which asks if the candidate point voronoi *(some background about voronoi in the end) area is inf (ismember(1, c{j})), and if it crosses one of two lines I draw (isempty statements).
It would be very beneficial to compute the result of the if statement without the need to fo through that loop. is it possible? and how?
I tried several attempts, such as:
plgnsinmrkd=[vorroi(ismember(1, c{vorroi(:,1)})==0 && (isempty(polyxpoly(crsvrtcl(:,1),crsvrtcl(:,2),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},1),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},2)))==0 || isempty(polyxpoly(crshrzntl(:,1),crshrzntl(:,2),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},1),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},2)))==0))];
plgnsinmrkd=vorroi(ismember(1, c{vorroi(:,1)})==0 && (isempty(polyxpoly(crsvrtcl(:,1),crsvrtcl(:,2),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},1),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},2)))==0 || isempty(polyxpoly(crshrzntl(:,1),crshrzntl(:,2),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},1),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},2)))==0));
plgnsinmrkd=(vorroi(ismember(1, c{vorroi(:,1)})==0 && (isempty(polyxpoly(crsvrtcl(:,1),crsvrtcl(:,2),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},1),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},2)))==0 || isempty(polyxpoly(crshrzntl(:,1),crshrzntl(:,2),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},1),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},2)))==0)));
and it didn't do it, the output is:
> plgnsinmrkd=(vorroi(ismember(1, c{vorroi(:,1)})==0 && (isempty(polyxpoly(crsvrtcl(:,1),crsvrtcl(:,2),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},1),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},2)))==0 || isempty(polyxpoly(crshrzntl(:,1),crshrzntl(:,2),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},1),v(c{vorroi(:,1)},2)))==0)));
>> plgnsinmrkd
plgnsinmrkd =
I thiought it would be something like other line I wrote:
datintmrkd=(cell2mat(dat(:,3))>minint(m) & maxint(m)>cell2mat(dat(:,3))); %create a vector that assings 1 to coresponding cell within data only if in minint and maxint range.
but somewhy it doesn't work.
Sorry for all the questions lately, and thank you all!
*A little background - Voronoin gives back 2 vectors, v and c that are the (x and y points of the vertices - v vector) and (index of vertices which relate to each polygon created in the voronoi - c vector). more info here: N-D Voronoi diagram - MATLAB voronoin (
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Jan am 10 Feb. 2023
Sorry, this is far too extensive for a question in the forum. Split the problem into parts. If a question can be understood in less then 2 minutes, it has much higher chances to get an answer. Maybe this helps: .
Amit Ifrach
Amit Ifrach am 11 Feb. 2023
Hi Jan, thanks for the tip. I deconstructed it to some basic questions as you said. hope it would be easier to understand then.
Have a great week and thanks for everything!

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