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How to select numbers in a cell array?

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Kimberly Cardillo
Kimberly Cardillo on 16 Jun 2020
Answered: madhan ravi on 16 Jun 2020
I have a call array called newCell that is 1x6 and each cell is 5x1 as seen in the picture below. I want to say that for each cell, if the number in the first row is greater than the number in the second row, then my new array, T1 is equal to 1. If that is not true, then it is equal to 0. For example, from the picture, the first row in the first cell is 49 and the second row in the first cell is 33 so the first value in T1 should be 1.
The code I have right now is seen below (where i=[1:6]).
if newCell{i}(1,i)>newCell{i}(2,i)
T1(i)=1;
else
T1(i)=0;
end
Thanks!

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KSSV
KSSV on 16 Jun 2020
Let C be your 1*6 cell where each cell has 5*1 elements
M = cell2mat(C) ;
iwant = M(1,:) > M(2,:)

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 16 Jun 2020
T = arrayfun(@(x) newCell{x}(1,1) > newCell{x}(2,1),...
1:numel(newCell))

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