How to make specific elements of a cell equal to zero?

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I have a cell 41 * 41 dimension and I would like to make the values that over 0.5 zeros and the rest of the values keep them without any changes.
Any assistance, please?

Accepted Answer

Chris
Chris on 15 Sep 2022
Edited: Chris on 15 Sep 2022
If there's a single value in each cell, you could first convert to a matrix.
A = num2cell(rand(3))
A = 3×3 cell array
{[0.2044]} {[0.1296]} {[0.9499]} {[0.3952]} {[0.7477]} {[0.1062]} {[0.9799]} {[0.7201]} {[0.6477]}
Amat = cell2mat(A);
Amat(Amat>.5) = 0;
A = num2cell(Amat)
A = 3×3 cell array
{[0.2044]} {[0.1296]} {[ 0]} {[0.3952]} {[ 0]} {[0.1062]} {[ 0]} {[ 0]} {[ 0]}

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 15 Sep 2022
newCell = cellfun(@(M) M.*(M<=0.5), YourCell, 'uniform', 0)
However this will fail in locations that contain infinite values.

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