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Iterate through indexes creating a new matrix

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SRB
SRB on 30 Apr 2020
Answered: Tommy on 30 Apr 2020
I have a 169x1 array containing start indexes (array A). I have a 169x1 array containing stop indexes (array B). I have a 22394x2 matrix containing data (matrix C). I want to create a new matrix (matrix D) containg only data from Matrix C that is between the start and stop indexes from Matrix A and B (including the start and stop locations). For example, C(A(1,1):B(1,1),1) would be the first range of numbers in matrix D, C(A(2,1):B(2,1),1) would be the second range of numbers in matrix D, C(A(3,1):B(3,1),1) would be the third range of numbers in matrix D, etc. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!

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Tommy
Tommy on 30 Apr 2020
Try this:
i = 1:size(C,1);
D = C(any(i>=A & i<=B),1);
Works with the following simple arrays, but let me know if it doesn't work for you.
C = randi(10,20,2);
A = [2;5;10];
B = [3;8;15];
i = 1:size(C,1);
D = C(any(i>=A & i<=B),1);
Results:
>> C
C =
7 6
10 8
3 6
10 5
4 10
6 2
7 2
5 7
2 9
7 4
8 5
6 3
7 3
4 6
6 9
9 5
10 6
3 7
6 8
5 6
>> D
D =
10
3
4
6
7
5
7
8
6
7
4
6

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