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how to find nearest date corresponding value ?

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pruth
pruth am 17 Okt. 2019
Kommentiert: pruth am 17 Okt. 2019
Hi, i am really stuck here and can not move ahead !
i have written this code to match the date which works fine as expected.
load('date.mat ');
load('AOD.mat ');
N = AOD_440(:,1);
V = A(:,1);
B = repmat(N,[1 length(V)])
[minValue,closestIndex] = min(abs(B-V'));
closestValue = N(closestIndex);
but here AOD_440 has second column which has some values. so when above code is finding its closest date it should put the corresponding value in second column !
how can we just update the above code ?
or do I need to write different method code ?
i hope you understand the question !
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Sebastian Bomberg
Sebastian Bomberg am 17 Okt. 2019
Have you considered working with timetables? That way you would not have to deal with repmat to find the closest dates.
I presume A and AOD_440(:,1) are proper dates encoded in a datenum fashion.
sampleTime = datetime(AOD_440(:,1),'ConvertFrom','datenum');
queryTime = datetime(A,'ConvertFrom','datenum');
TT = timetable(AOD_440(:,2),'RowTimes',sampleTime)
TT2 = retime(TT,queryTime,'nearest')
If you wanted the timestamp of the samples nearest to the queryTimes you can add sampleTime as another variable to the timetable.
pruth
pruth am 17 Okt. 2019
Thats works fine too !! thanks !

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Jos (10584)
Jos (10584) am 17 Okt. 2019
Does this return what you want?
R = AOD_440(closestIndex, [1 2]) % select first (date?) and second (values?) columns

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