How to skip an empty value

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Eliska Paulikova
Eliska Paulikova on 27 Feb 2023
Commented: Fangjun Jiang on 28 Feb 2023
Hello I work with this data in my program, but if there are empty spots, the program stops itself. I would like to now, how can I say to matlab to ignore these empty values or fill it with the previous value. Thank you so much

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Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang on 27 Feb 2023
You can use isempty(rp) to check, and then ignore as needed.
Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang on 28 Feb 2023
In the code, you have this line "rp=radiiBright %v pixelech". It does not have the ";" at the end of line so every time "rp" got calculated, it displays at the Command Window as you showed.
You can add this right after to "skip".
if isempty(rp)
The "continue" command will jump the execution to the end of the current loop and start executing the next loop.
This might help you avoid the problem at line
"r=fillmissing(rp + 0./(rp~=0), 'linear', 1)".
But it might also cause problem somewhere else.

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