loading variables from command window to a workspace
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Commented: busra gogen on 24 Jan 2021
I have a closed region which is bounded by lattitudes and longitudes and i know that how many points inside in that region . When i run the program it gives 237(workspace windows shows 237 points) points and these points are coming from my 12094*3 matrix . However, i dont know third column values of 237 points, so i write a code to find third values like figure 1.
Now i have two problems. First problem is that when i copy third values to excel to check whethet it is 237 or not, i realized that there are 241 values. How it is possible? Although 237 variables comes from 12094*3 matrix, there are 241 variables in command window. My another problem is that when i count it gives 1. How can i load values to workspace from command window. I tried Mw(count+1) but it didnt work.
KALYAN ACHARJYA on 24 Jan 2021
Edited: KALYAN ACHARJYA on 24 Jan 2021
"loading variables from command window to a workspace"
Assign any variable name during execution, it's automaticacly load the variable in the workspace (without variable name, it may saved as "ans" variable name)
Use the array to save the result during iteration. please refer array.
To save the multiple array or vectors, you may consider cell array.
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