Stuck in endless loop

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desert_scientist90
desert_scientist90 on 24 Oct 2019
Edited: Siriniharika Katukam on 29 Oct 2019
Hi all,
I am learning matlab thru practice and patience. I am trying to create a loop to get the mean of a precipitation dataset with a 0.5 grid spacing and dimensions x=141, y=71 and t =38. I am trying to build a structure to get the means per grid over each layer (38). I am running the following code but matlab is stuck in a endless loop. Is there any way to fix this to avoid getting stuck? Thanks in advance for your help
for t=1:38
for x=1:141
for y=1:71
meanprecip(y,x,t)=nanmean(rain(y,x,t))
end
end
end
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desert_scientist90
desert_scientist90 on 24 Oct 2019
t=38 represents the years.

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Siriniharika Katukam
Siriniharika Katukam on 29 Oct 2019
Edited: Siriniharika Katukam on 29 Oct 2019
Hi,
As per my understanding, you are trying to find the mean of grid at each layer. In your case, if the output of rain(y,x,t) is a scalar, then calculating mean of a scalar is like reassigning. It is similar to
meanprecip(y,x,t) = rain(y,x,t);
If you want to calculate the mean of the grid at each year,
Try this:
for t=1:38
meanprecip(t) = mean(rain(:,:,t))
end
Moreover, your code is not an endless loop.

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