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I have a question concerning a tracking problem. I have a script with information of four tracks (time heading, elevation and distance) and I want to discriminate between the tracks, so I can find track1, track2, track3 and track4. The x, y and z components of the tracks are made from the given information. The script I am using is giving me an answer, but I think all the answers are the same. All the values in matrix A for, x, y, z and t are equal.
What I want to do is to use a while 1 loop and say that a point is part of a track when the next point is within the range of 150 of the former point.
Can anyone say something useful about my assumption that I am only looking at 1 track in the resulting matrix A?
darova on 26 Mar 2020
I can't understand. Question is too complicated
Do you have a picture or something?
Chris Ron de
Chris Ron de on 26 Mar 2020
I have a 3D scatterplot of all the different x, y and z coordinates. They altogether form a picture, but these are not the different tracks, just a plotting of all the different points. What I want to do is connect the point to each other to make tracks.

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