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How do I limit the values in an array?

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This should be an easy one.
If I have an array with...
0.203 0.506 0.167 0.904 1.671 5.247 0.037 0.679
How do I amend the individual values within the array that are greater than 1 and set them to 1?
e.g.
0.203 0.506 0.167 0.904 1.000 1.000 0.037 0.679
Thanks!

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ES
ES on 12 Jul 2017
>> a = [0.203 0.506 0.167 0.904 1.671 5.247 0.037 0.679];
>> a(a>1)=1

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Jan Siegmund
Jan Siegmund on 27 May 2020
Edited: Jan Siegmund on 27 May 2020
There is also a matlab function doing this:
A = min(A,1);
It takes A if A is the minimum of the two and 1 if 1 is the minimum of the two.
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Tim Kuipers
Tim Kuipers on 30 Nov 2020
That doesn't work if A is an array. It gives an error
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 30 Nov 2020
min(randn(3,3),1) works fine when I test it. Perhaps you accidentally defined min as a variable

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