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How to mean all array?

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sky walker
sky walker on 16 Jun 2021
Commented: KSSV on 16 Jun 2021
Hi, im using matlab r2018a
lets say i have array
A = [NaN 1 1; 2 NaN 2; 1 NaN 2; 4 2 2]
how to get mean of all of it?
i need the result is 1.888889
i try using
z = mean(A(:))
but the answer is
z = NaN

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KSSV
KSSV on 16 Jun 2021
A = [0 1 1; 2 3 2; 1 3 2; 4 2 2] ;
iwant = mean(A(:))
iwant = 1.9167
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KSSV
KSSV on 16 Jun 2021
You also have the fucntion nanmean.
A = [NaN 1 1; 2 NaN 2; 1 NaN 2; 4 2 2] ;
iwant = nanmean(A(:))
iwant = 1.8889

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 16 Jun 2021
format long g
A = [NaN 1 1; 2 NaN 2; 1 NaN 2; 4 2 2]
A = 4×3
NaN 1 1 2 NaN 2 1 NaN 2 4 2 2
mean(A, 'all', 'omitnan')
ans =
1.88888888888889
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sky walker
sky walker on 16 Jun 2021
Thanks, but i already try that before, but im working in matlab R2018a
so thats not working.
but i already find the solution, im using
mean(A(:),'omitnan')

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