How to save in for loops

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Jack_111
Jack_111 on 14 May 2013
I have 50 matrices and I am taking the average of them using for loop and this loop is inside another loop running for 30 times and I want to save the results for each one of these 30 seperately. How can I do it?
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Jan
Jan on 14 May 2013
Please use meaningful tags.
While it is clear for you, what "I have 50 matrices" exactly mean, we cannot guess this and posting an example requires time-consuming guessing, what you could mean. Please be more specific.

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Stephan M. H.
Stephan M. H. on 14 May 2013
Edited: Stephan M. H. on 14 May 2013
Hi Yaman,
from your description I guess your code looks something like this:
for n=1:30
% your different set of 50 matrices in each of the 30 loops
matrix_array(:,:,50)= load(...)
for l=1:50
average_matrix = ... % build average of matrices
end
%ADD THESE LINES AT THE END OF THE OUTER FOR-LOOP
savestring = strcat('avg_matrix',num2str(n));
save(savestring,'average_matrix')
end
That should do it.
best, Stephan

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Thomas
Thomas on 14 May 2013

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