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How to add cost to a polygon?

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SUSHMA MB
SUSHMA MB on 6 Apr 2015
Edited: SUSHMA MB on 9 Apr 2015
I have coordinates of some polygons and they are stored in a cell, now i want to add cost to those, how can i do that? For ex: the coordinates of the polygons are [12.45 36.05; 12.45 35.7; 12.9 35.65; 12.9 36; 12.7 36; 12.7 36.1; 12.45 36.05] and similarly the coordinates of the other polygons are stored in a single cell. Now i want to add 500 as the cost of the polygon, how can i add?
I have stored the coordinates in x and y in a cell, now how to store the cost?

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 6 Apr 2015
You could have an array of structures - one structure for each polygon that stores the x, y, and cost as fields. For example, to assign the kth structure of the kth polygon:
polygons(k).x = yourXArray; % for that particular polygon.
polygons(k).y = yourYArray; % for that particular polygon.
polygons(k).cost = yourCostValue; % for that particular polygon.

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SUSHMA MB
SUSHMA MB on 6 Apr 2015
How to access cost in this?
Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 6 Apr 2015
To get the cost of the kth polygon, just refer to it
theCost = polygons(k).cost;

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