double to table, create new tabel and add data to existing table with different properties

4 ビュー (過去 30 日間)
I have a Matlab table for which I carry out many individual calculations as can be seen in the code. the results are columns and tables in double format. I'm having a hard time putting the data back together in a table. I would like a separate table for BHQ, HQextrem, HQ5000 and HQ 10000 with the following data
  • colums 1:6; PP_D colums 1:6; with column names OID, FKM, Lage, x, y, z
  • colums 7; ...MWH name: Maximalewasserhöhe
  • colums 8; ...MWA name:Maximaler Wasseranstieg
  • colums 9; ...MWR name: Maximaler Wasserrückgang
  • colums 10;...FD name: Maximale Überflutungsdauer
  • colums 11: 152; ...WH names: WH Time 0:142
  • colums 153: 295: ... WA names WA Time 0:142
Thanks for your help
here the code and the data:
%% Bearbeitung Punkte
clear all
clear workspace
load ('PP_D.mat')
PP_D_new = removevars(PP_D, {'OID_','FKM','Lage'});
PP_D_string = table2array(PP_D_new);
%% Wasserhöhen
for i=1:151
PP_D_Wasserhoehe (i,:)= PP_D_string([i],[4:513])- PP_D_string(i,3);
% PP_D_Wasserhoehe=str2double(PP_D_Wasserhoehe);
D_BHQ_WH= PP_D_Wasserhoehe([1:151],[1:83])
D_HQextrem_WH= PP_D_Wasserhoehe([1:151],[84:225])
D_HQ5000_WH= PP_D_Wasserhoehe([1:151],[226:367])
D_HQ10000_WH= PP_D_Wasserhoehe([1:151],[368:509])
%Maximale Wasserhöhen
for i=1:151
D_HQ10000_MWH (i,1)= max(D_HQ10000_WH(i,[1:142]));
D_HQ5000_MWH (i,1)= max(D_HQ5000_WH(i,[1:142]));
D_HQextrem_MWH (i,1)= max(D_HQextrem_WH(i,[1:142]));
D_BHQ_MWH (i,1)= max(D_BHQ_WH(i,[1:83]));
%% Anstieg pro Zeitschritt [m/h]
for i=2:510
PP_D_Wasserhoehe_Wasseranstieg(:,i)= PP_D_Wasserhoehe([1:151],i)- PP_D_Wasserhoehe([1:151],i-1);
D_BHQ_WA= PP_D_Wasserhoehe_Wasseranstieg([1:151],[1:83])
D_HQextrem_WA= PP_D_Wasserhoehe_Wasseranstieg([1:151],[84:225])
D_HQ5000_WA= PP_D_Wasserhoehe_Wasseranstieg([1:151],[226:367])
D_HQ10000_WA= PP_D_Wasserhoehe_Wasseranstieg([1:151],[368:509])
%Maximaler Wasseranstieg
for i=1:151
D_HQ10000_MWA (i,1)= max(D_HQ10000_WA(i,[1:142]));
D_HQ5000_MWA (i,1)= max(D_HQ5000_WA(i,[1:142]));
D_HQextrem_MWA (i,1)= max(D_HQextrem_WA(i,[1:142]));
D_BHQ_MWA (i,1)= max(D_BHQ_WA(i,[1:83]));
%Maximaler Wasserrückgang
for i=1:151
D_HQ10000_MWR (i,1)= min(D_HQ10000_WA(i,[1:142]));
D_HQ5000_MWR (i,1)= min(D_HQ5000_WA(i,[1:142]));
D_HQextrem_MWR (i,1)= min(D_HQextrem_WA(i,[1:142]));
D_BHQ_MWR (i,1)= min(D_BHQ_WA(i,[1:83]));
%% Überflutungsdauer
D_BHQ_x= PP_D_Wasserhoehe([1:151],[1:83]);
D_HQextrem_x= PP_D_Wasserhoehe([1:151],[84:225]);
D_HQ5000_x= PP_D_Wasserhoehe([1:151],[226:367]);
D_HQ10000_x= PP_D_Wasserhoehe([1:151],[368:509]);
for i=1:151
D_HQ10000_FD (i,1)= nnz(D_HQ10000_x(i,[1:142]));
D_HQ5000_FD (i,1)= nnz(D_HQ5000_x(i,[1:142]));
D_HQextrem_FD (i,1)= nnz(D_HQextrem_x(i,[1:142]));
D_BHQ_FD (i,1)= nnz(D_BHQ_x(i,[1:83]));

回答 (0 件)


Find more on Tables in Help Center and File Exchange

Community Treasure Hunt

Find the treasures in MATLAB Central and discover how the community can help you!

Start Hunting!

Translated by