## Error in a for loop

Asked by Nikolaos Zafirakis

### Nikolaos Zafirakis (view profile)

on 14 Jul 2019
Latest activity Answered by SaiDileep Kola

### SaiDileep Kola (view profile)

on 17 Jul 2019
I’m trying to run a loop through some measurement but I keep getting this error "Unable to perform assignment because the size of the left side is 3-by-1 and the size of the right side is 2-by-1." Does anyone know a way around this?
o = B(1:50,2);
for ind = 1:length(o)
a1(:,ind) = diff(o);
[c1(:,ind),d1(:,ind)] = find(a1(:,ind)>2^15);
[e1(:,ind),f1(:,ind)] = find(a1(:,ind)<-2^15);
o(c1(:,ind)+1:e1(:,ind)) = o(c1(:,ind)+1:e1(:,ind))-2^16; % Error Happens here
end

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Nikolaos Zafirakis

### Nikolaos Zafirakis (view profile)

on 14 Jul 2019
This is the code not placed in a loop. The issue is that I have some ready measurements, but they are not in the format I need them, thus I use this code to fix them but I need to run it multiple times to fix the numbers. That’s why I need the loop to work. Additionally, I need the diff to run each time in order to grab the new first value of interest.
o = B(1:50,2);
a1 = diff(o);
[c1,d1] = find(a1>2^15);
[e1,f1] = find(a1<-2^15);
if c1 > 0
o(c1+1:e1) = o(c1+1:e1)-2^16;
else c1 < 0
o(c1+1:e1) = o(c1+1:e1)+2^16;
end
if isempty(e1)
o(c1+1:end) = o(c1+1:end)-2^16;
end
dpb

### dpb (view profile)

on 14 Jul 2019
No idea what you're trying to explain, sorry.
Show us some data that illustrates what you're after with inputs and expected outputs and how you know those are the right answers given the input.
What is the end starting format and then the "the format I need" for the data? Bound to be a more effective way to code this if we just knew what the problem was/is...
Nikolaos Zafirakis

### Nikolaos Zafirakis (view profile)

on 14 Jul 2019
Original data The result after 2 iterations of the code i showed you (I want to run what I showed you in a loop). ### Products

Answer by SaiDileep Kola

### SaiDileep Kola (view profile)

on 17 Jul 2019

Hi,
I see that you get the error in 3rd line in the for loop not in the of 4rth line as you mentioned, I think your use case can be realized with the following code.
o = B(1:50,2);
for ind = 1:length(o)
a1 = diff(o);
c1 = find(a1>2^15);
e1 = find(a1<-2^15); %Error happens here
o(c1+1:e1) = o(c1+1:e1)-2^16; % Error doesn't occur here
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