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How to delete a zeros in matrix?

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I have a matrix like this
a=[ 0.7446 0.0364 186.1153 0 134.5022 114.8212 84.7745 130.8661
0 0 13.8840 0 16.1683 10.4461 69.8035 114.2774];
i want to delete zeros and their corresponding values. The solution should be like this...
b= [186.1153 134.5022 114.8212 84.7745 130.8661
13.8840 16.1683 10.4461 69.8035 114.2774];

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 7 Feb 2015
This will get rid of all columns that have a zero anywhere in them:
colsWithZeros = any(a==0)
b = a(:, ~colsWithZeros)
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Arul prasath
Arul prasath on 8 Feb 2015
Image Analyst- Thank you

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Jason Moore
Jason Moore on 7 Feb 2015
Edited: Jason Moore on 7 Feb 2015
I think this question was already asked before but this code should do it.
b = a(find(a~=0))

ulgi onor
ulgi onor on 7 Feb 2015
a(a==0)=[]
a =
Columns 1 through 9 0.7446 0.0364 186.1153 13.8840 134.5022 16.1683 114.8212 10.4461 84.7745 Columns 10 through 12 69.8035 130.8661 114.2774
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David Young
David Young on 7 Feb 2015
Also note that your result has different elements to the matrix b in the question.

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