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How can I change my for loop to interpret different columns?

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Ivana Mora
Ivana Mora 2017 年 11 月 6 日
回答済み: Robert 2017 年 11 月 6 日
for i = 1:length (key)
key_vec (i)= raw {2, i+6};
stu1_multi_choice_vec (i) = raw {3, i+6};
no_correct_stu1_vec = no_correct_stu1_vec + ...
strcmp (key_vec (i), stu1_multi_choice_vec (i));
end
I was given an excel spreadsheet with the answers of 116 students. I have this which tells me the number correct for the first student but I need to figure out how to extend that down the column to all 116 students so I can graph the data?

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Jan
Jan 2017 年 11 月 6 日
I do not understand the question. What do you want extend by what and what exactly does "graph the data" mean? Do you want to solve this in Matlab or in Excel?

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Robert
Robert 2017 年 11 月 6 日
I am guessing that your Excel spreadsheet has a header row, an answer key row, then a row per student with their answers. You imported the excel data as a cell array of strings called raw. Also, the first six rows are not used here; the first question's key and answers are in column 7. Is that correct?
If so, try the following:
Extract your data from the raw cell array
key = raw(2, 7:end);
answers = raw(3:end, 7:end);
Compare it all at once using strcmp
num_correct = sum(strcmp(answers, repmat(key, num_students, 1)), 2);
Plot the results as a bar chart
bar(num_correct)
No for loops needed!

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