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How to Extract Part of a Specific Column of elements in a 4D array?

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Krishan Bansal
Krishan Bansal le 11 Sep 2022
Commenté : Krishan Bansal le 11 Sep 2022
I have a 147093 x 1 x 1 x 6 double matrix (originally in the form of a .mgh surface file) that I read into matlab. I need to extract the first 3 values of the 6 column for each of the 147093 indices and put them into a formula (it's just calculating the angle between each vector and a constant <0,1,0> vector). Once I get the angle of every 3D vector I need to store the result in 147093 x 1 array so I can use it in another piece of software. I've attached some pictures for reference. One is the dimensions of the array in matlab, the other photo shows the 3 values for each index that I need to extract, and the other 3 that I need to leave out.
How should I go about doing this? I was thinking about writing a nested for loop, but that doesn't seem very efficient because I know Matlab has a lot of built in functions to do this type of stuff, I'm just not very familiar with them. My main problem is figuring out how to extract the exact values I need. Because I don't even want the other 3 values in the 6 column, it will mess up the calculation.
Thanks for any advice.
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Krishan Bansal
Krishan Bansal le 11 Sep 2022
just as an update, I was able to isolate the array I needed by just highlighting it manually in the place were it shows all the cells. Not ideal, and I'd like a loop or function to be doing it, but for now at least I can see if doing the calculations for each element will work.

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst le 11 Sep 2022
Did you try squeeze?
img = squeeze(m(:, 1, 1, :));
size(img)
imshow(img, []);
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Krishan Bansal
Krishan Bansal le 11 Sep 2022
@Image Analyst I used squeeze and it gave me this matrix, but the problem is that I only need the first 3 values of each index, not all 6. Because for each index I have to take the first 3 values as a single vector, then use it for a calculation, then end up with a single number to store back into a 147093x1 matrix.
Is there a way to isolate just the first 3 values of each row and use them for calculations?

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