Get a matrix by interaction

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Hello good day.
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clc; clear; close all; short format
Ccl = 21; % Number of lines
gen = 1; % Number of times the code is repeated in each generation (gen)
for wl = 1: gen
for kk = 1: Ccl
PROCESS
Obtaining the values of:
dx1, dy1, dx2, dy2, dx3, dy3, SLL
end
BCG = horzcat (dx1, dy1, dx2, dy2, dx3, dy3, SLL);
[minimum, row] = min (BCG (:, end));
generate = BCG (row, 1: end-1)
m (wl) = minimum
end
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In the result I get a matrix ("BCG") of size 21 X 7 With the variable "gen = 1"
Giving the value of 3 to the variable "gen" gives me a matrix ("BCG") of 21 X 21
that is to say it shows me a matrix with 3 times each of the variables
What do I have to do to obtain a matrix ("BCG") of 21 X 7 in each generation (gen) and that in each generation (gen) the corresponding matrix ("BCG") is saved?
Greetings.

Accepted Answer

James Tursa
James Tursa on 21 Aug 2019
Maybe use cell arrays. E.g.,
BCG{gen} = horzcat (dx1, dy1, dx2, dy2, dx3, dy3, SLL);
Then everywhere downstream in your code, use BCG{gen} to get at the underlying matrix. E.g.,
[minimum, row] = min (BCG{gen}(:, end));
generate = BCG{gen}(row, 1: end-1)

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