Never worked with Tables before. Does Cody offer any ways to debug?
Answer: I am able to print intermediate results.
I am getting the answer but the order of elements in my vector doesn't match the required answer. How can I get it in the required order?
I do not see why this does not work. It seems to work in the Workspace alright:
function mpg = sort_cars(N)
cars = load('cars.mat')
carsSorted = sortrows(cars,'Weight')
mpg = carsSorted.MPG(1:N)
end
@Hugo, check syntax for load in the documentation https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/load.html
Specifically, check what to expect when assigning output from load to a variable.
ty @Pooja :)
I have been working at this for a bit and it seems like it should work, What am I missing?
function mpg = sort_cars(N)
load('cars.mat')
A = sortrows(cars,'Weight')
mpg=A(1:N,2)
end
Good example of tables
Forgot to load the cars the first time
When I try to load the cars.mat file using
load cars
or
load cars.mat
or
load("cars.mat")
I get the error
Error using load
Unable to read file 'cars.mat'. No such file or directory.
I would appreciate help in resolving this error!
Worst test cases, if you want us to load 2 different tables then why are you loading them again in the test suite, then you didn't even pass enough arguments to the function in the test case. Thus, even when the solution have the right logic, it fails because of the poor test cases
I did,
load cars.mat
cars=sortrows(cars,4)
mpg=cars(1:N,2)
though the output in test 2 seems correct. I get incorrect assertion. Requesting Help.
The problem does not work as intended, as loading the .mat file does not work and the table is not passed to the function.
Nonetheless, the problem is solvable—one simply needs to copy some of the test-case commands into the solution function and indicate which data set is being loaded based on the input N.
The "load cars.mat" has unknown directory ang gives the below error:
"Error using load
Unable to read file 'cars.mat'. No such file or directory."
while copying the few first lines from "Test 1", it passes. however that should not be the correct way as "Test 2" has different set.
anyone knows how to load the mat file on online Matlab cody?
function mpg = sort_cars(N)
wgt=[cars.Weight]' ;
mpg1=[cars.MPG]';
mpg2=zeros(1,length(wgt));
for i=1:length(wgt)
[wgt1 inx]=max(wgt);
mpg2(end-i+1)=mpg1(inx);
wgt(inx)=0;
end
mpg = mpg2(1:N);
end
The above code is my solution, but it is not compiling can anyone help me with this..
This problem needs correction.
It uses two different "cars" sets for testing the answer. These two sets have different values for MPG.
Please, correct me if I'm wrong
I am having the same issue as 'FB' below. However, I used the code given under Test1 to load the cars.mat. The code is below.
My code passes the 1st test but not the 2nd test. Can someone please assist me.
function MPG = sort_cars(N)
load(fullfile(matlabroot, 'toolbox/stats/statsdemos', 'carbig.mat'));
Model = strtrim(string(Model));
cars = table(Model, MPG, Horsepower, Weight, Acceleration);
save cars.mat cars
sorted = sortrows(cars,4);
MPG = sorted(1:N,2)
MPG = MPG{:,:}
end
N=25
my code:
function mpg = sort_cars(N)
load cars.mat cars
X= sortrows(cars,4);
mpg=X(1:N,2);
end
I have tried the two tests correctly, but failed to submit…Can anyone help me…
The problem states that the variable name is "mpg" but it is actually "MPG".
Nice example of using tables.
Guys, first of all sort the weight column of table in ascending order by sortrows function and proceed further.....
and one more thing don't forget to convert table into array by table2array function otherwise it will showing an error.
Someone can help me with this problem? On my matlab desktop it run but on the online version it doesn't works. Thanks
Hello, kindly refrain from posting the whole solution completely. You can provide hints or point out mistakes to help others, but try not to give the entire solution.
try load cars.mat
Meaningless
Please share your full code if you have done it. It will be really helpful.
Thanks in advance
What's the function of this line?
mpg=mpg{:,:}
I tried it on Matlab desktop but I got an error. what type of variable is mpg? double?
I don't know why my solution is not working:
function mpg = sort_cars(N)
cars = load('cars.mat')
B = sortrows(cars,2)
mpg = B.MPG(1:N)
end
I tested it on the desktop version and it works flawlessly.
Any ideas, please?
Thanks in advance!
sortrows(cars, 2) supposed to be sortrows(cars, 4), Weight is on Column 4 I think.
Better be like this: sortrows(cars, 'Weight', 'ascend');
mpg=mpg{:,:}
Add this to your code.
Hello.The output is expected to be a column vector, whereas your code returns a table. You may try extracting the vectors from the table, like this.
function mpg = sort_cars(N)
load cars.mat
W=sortrows(cars,'Weight')
mpg = W.MPG(1:N)
end
Comparison is equal, why assertion is failed?
The output should be an array not a table.
I do not understand why this code failed assertion test even though it yields the correct answer
function mpg = sort_cars(N)
load cars.mat
sorted = sortrows (cars,4)
n = N
mpg = sorted(1:n,2)
end
The output is expected to be a column vector, whereas your code returns a table.
I tried for the solution nearly 20 ways but didn't work. finally took help from the Matlab community and compleated it
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