Select multiple ranges from a column based on their value and insert the mean of those values into a new matrix

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Hi,
I have a matrix e.g. 20x2 consisting two measurements (M1 and M2). I want to select all M1 as long as M2 is above a value (e.g. from 1-5) and calculate the mean of M2 and insert the resulting mean in a new matrix. Then take the next M2 values (e.g. from 15-20), calculate the mean and add it to the new matrix as long as M1 is above a value. The resulting matrix should include only the mean values based on matrix 1.
How can I do that?

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KSSV
KSSV on 14 Jun 2018
A = rand(20,2) ; % random data for demo
R = [0. 0.5 ; 0.5 1.] ; % ranges
iwant = zeros(size(R,1),2) ;
M1 = A(:,1) ; M2 = A(:,2) ;
for i = 1:size(R,1)
idx = M2>=R(i,1) & M2<R(i,2) ;
iwant(i,1) = mean(M1(idx)) ;
iwant(i,2) = mean(M2(idx)) ;
end
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toka55
toka55 on 14 Jun 2018
Thank you very much. I think my question was unclear. I have a matrix like:
M1 M2
0 3
0.5 4
0.1 5
0 3
0 2
0.3 4
0.2 4
0 2
0.5 2
0.1 5
I want to calculate the mean only if M1 is >0 and insert the means in a new matrix. I would have then:
Mean
4.5
4
3.5
In other words, I want to calculate the mean of all successive values as long as M1 is >0 and insert them in a new matrix.

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