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I am trying to apply a function to an big array. The output is a logical output. I checked that this arrayfunction is working for me.
% apply function to 'input_data.id' array
logicalOutput = arrayfun(@(id) passingCentralZone(id), input_data.id(1:10));
This function will fail for a few entry where we have bad/corrupt data in the database. I want to use an error handler. Ideally I want to have nan value or logical 0 for those bad data. I looked at the documentation, but did not understand much. Can anyone please help with this?
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Stephen23
Stephen23 on 4 Dec 2022
logicalOutput = arrayfun(@passingCentralZone, input_data.id(1:10), 'ErrorHandler',@(varargin) false);
% simpler fun handle: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
% error handling function ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Struggling in MATLAB
Struggling in MATLAB on 4 Dec 2022
Thanks for your comment. I am using this simpler function handle.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 4 Dec 2022
logicalOutput = arrayfun(@(id) passingCentralZone(id), input_data.id(1:10), 'ErrorHandler', @(s,varargin) false());

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