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Lists in matlab to store iterative data.

Asked by Nilesh Chaturvedi on 8 Jun 2018
Latest activity Answered by Steven Lord
on 8 Jun 2018
Hello!, I am new to Matlab so excuse me if my question is too stupid. I wanted to know if there is something like list to store dynamic data. Similar to dynamically allocated arrays in C?

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Answer by Aakash Deep on 8 Jun 2018
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Hello Nilesh,
From your question I understand that you are trying to add a new value into your pre-defined vector. So for this you can just append the new value into the end of the vector, just like below
A = [A x]
where, A is your pre-defined vector and x is your new value.
Hope this helps :)

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If you are putting a scalar onto the end of a vector, then the shortcut is
A(end+1) = x;

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Answer by Stephen Devlin on 8 Jun 2018

I store dynamically generated data in cell arrays or tables all the time, can you show some of your code/data?

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Its more like I am testing a method for many values and I am getting a quality score for each value and I have to store the quality store somewhere. At first, I was looking for a python dictionary where I can store key, value pairs, but then a list would also do, because the values are sorted and equidistant from each other.

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Answer by Steven Lord
on 8 Jun 2018

The containers.Map object allows you to store key-value pairs.

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