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finddim

Find dimensions with specified label

Description

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dim = finddim(dlX,label) returns the dimensions in dlX that have the dimension label label. If the data format of dlX does not contain the dimension label label, dim is empty.

Examples

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Create a formatted dlarray with some repeated dimension labels. Specify the dimension labels as 'TSSU'. The dlarray call reorders the labels, because it enforces the order 'SCBTU'. For more information about dimension labels, see Usage.

dlX = dlarray(randn(5,4,3,2),'TSSU');

Obtain the dimensions with the label 'T'.

dimU = finddim(dlX,'T')
dimU = 3

Obtain the dimensions with the label 'S'.

dimS = finddim(dlX,'S')
dimS = 1×2

     1     2

Obtain the dimensions with the label 'B'.

dimB = finddim(dlX,'B')
dimB =

  1x0 empty double row vector

Obtain the size of the dlX dimensions labeled 'S'.

SSize = size(dlX,finddim(dlX,'S'))
SSize = 1×2

     4     3

Input Arguments

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Input dlarray, specified as a dlarray object.

Example: dlX = dlarray(randn(3,4),'ST')

Single dimension label, specified as one of the following dlarray dimension labels:

  • S — Spatial

  • C — Channel

  • B — Batch observations

  • T — Time or sequence

  • U — Unspecified

Example: "C"

Data Types: char | string

Output Arguments

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Dimension, returned as a real vector. If no label in the input array dlX matches label, dim is empty. So if dlX is unformatted, dim is empty.

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Introduced in R2019b