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# Problem 43668. Use a timetable to analyze a train timetable (Part 5)

You are analyzing a train timetable (you have some time to kill since you just missed your train!) How many trains depart each day of the week? (submit the results as a table with the days of the week and number of trains)

Example

```DepTime = datetime(2016,11,1,[6 8 9],[22 51 05],0)';
ArrTime = datetime(2016,11,1,[9 10 12],[17 32 09],0)';
Destination = categorical({'BOS';'NYC';'BOS'});
tt = timetable(DepTime,Destination,ArrTime)
tt =
DepTime          Destination          ArrTime
____________________    ___________    ____________________
01-Nov-2016 06:22:00    BOS            01-Nov-2016 09:17:00
01-Nov-2016 08:51:00    NYC            01-Nov-2016 10:32:00
01-Nov-2016 09:05:00    BOS            01-Nov-2016 12:09:00
```

The result should be given as a table:

```DayOfWk = {'Thu';'Tue';'Wed'};
GroupCount = [5;6;4];
numTrains = table(DayOfWk,GroupCount)
numTrains =
DayOfWk    GroupCount
_______    __________
'Thu'      5
'Tue'      6
'Wed'      4
```

Feature Tip: R2016b introduces timetables with related functions which may be helpful. To learn more see MATLAB Timetables.

Related Problems:

Use a timetable to analyze a train timetable (Part 1)

Use a timetable to analyze a train timetable (Part 2)

Use a timetable to analyze a train timetable (Part 3)

Use a timetable to analyze a train timetable (Part 4)

Use a timetable to analyze a train timetable (Part 5)

### Solution Stats

53.62% Correct | 46.38% Incorrect
Last Solution submitted on Nov 10, 2019