How can I select all parts of a vector?

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hello everyone, I have a problem with my code that I cannot solve, I have a vector of 1536, what I am trying to do is select a part for each iteration for, that is, basically I divide that vector of 1536 into 64 parts of 24, and in each part of those 24 I try to discover the peak that crosses a threshold, the problem is that I only get to point 1512 of the 1536 and there is a last peak that crosses the threshold at point 1520 as shown in the image, can someone help me please?
Thank you in advance.
attached bin2.mat and pdp.mat

Answers (1)

Mitch Lautigar
Mitch Lautigar on 11 May 2022
Remove the -1 from your for loop.
for ci = 1:numel(bins)-1
dpb on 11 May 2022
Edited: dpb on 12 May 2022
Wherever you find the index inside the binned subset, the overall index to the original array is simply that index plus the starting bin index.
For example, in
[M,I] = max(data);
I will be the location of the maximum in the subsection counting from 1; so the same value/location in the orginal vector will be the location
Isn't that pretty self-evident since you're beginning each data segment at postion i1 in the full vector?
giancarlo maldonado cardenas
the code continued without finding the last one, but I modified a line and it worked perfectly, how can I accept your question? you answered another user's question hehe

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