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How to create new structure with each for loop?

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Nicholas Kavouris
Nicholas Kavouris 2022 年 4 月 10 日
コメント済み: Stephen23 2022 年 4 月 10 日
I am trying to take a large dataset with mutlple fields and segment it and place it into unique structure with each for loop
if numel(start)==numel(stop)
for k=1:numel(start);
j=start(k):stop(k)+900;
field1="number"; value1=k;
field2='grill_state'; value2=grill_state(j) ;
field3='Set_Temp'; value3=SetTempF(j);
field4='TempF'; value4=Temp_F(j);
field5='AugerRPM'; value5=Auger_RPM(j);
strcat('Cook',num2str(k))=struct(field1,value1,field2,value2,field3,value3,field4,value4,field5,value5);
end
end
The goal is to take all values indexed between start and stop and place them into a structure titled Cookn for 1-n number of cooks.
so if there are 5 start points then loop should return struct cook1-cook5. Where am i going wrong?
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Stephen23
Stephen23 2022 年 4 月 10 日
"Where am i going wrong?"
You are trying to force numbers into variable names.
Doing so is possible, but only if you want to write slow, complex, inefficient, buggy code:
The neat, simple, and very efficient MATLAB approach is to use indexing, just as Matt J shows.

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Matt J
Matt J 2022 年 4 月 10 日
if numel(start)==numel(stop)
N=numel(start);
clear Cook
for k=N:-1:1
j=start(k):stop(k)+900;
Cook(k).number=k;
Cook(k).grill_state=grill_state(j) ;
Cook(k).Set_Temp=SetTempF(j);
Cook(k).TempF=Temp_F(j);
Cook(k).AugerRPM=Auger_RPM(j);
end
end
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Nicholas Kavouris
Nicholas Kavouris 2022 年 4 月 10 日
thank you, much simpler. Any reason for backwards loop?
Matt J
Matt J 2022 年 4 月 10 日
You're quite welcome, but please Accept-click the answer if it resolved your question.
The backward loop forces Matlab to create the Nth structure array element first. As a result, it forces the entire structure array to be pre-allocated after the first iteration of the loop.

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