Exclude elements from array or matrix

Exclude elements from array, and rows or columns from matrix


Updated 28 Jan 2016

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Y = exclude(X,indx,rc) takes an input X, which can be eithr an array or 2D matrix.
indx is the index of the row(s) or column(s) or elements to omit from the matrix or array.
rc is used to define whether the rows or columns to be excluded. For row exclusion use: 'row' and for column exlusion use: 'col' or 'column'. If nothing is defined then the default 'col' is set automatically. However, rc will automatically be set to 'col' or 'row' if X is a row or column vector, respectively.

Example 1
x = 1:10
y1 = exclude(x,[1 5])
y2 = exclude(x',5)

Example 2
X = magic(3)
y1 = exclude(X,2,'row')
y2 = exclude(X,2,'col')

Cite As

Shoaibur Rahman (2023). Exclude elements from array or matrix (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/55132-exclude-elements-from-array-or-matrix), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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