Use conditional statements to separate elements from a single array into 2 new arrays

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Hello, I am trying to separate elements from a matrix A (10x2) using conditional statements. I compare the distances between the all the points in A and if they are smaller than the threshold (16) then the pair of points that created that produced that result are isolated in another matrix (HS_elim). I want to use that newly created elim matrix to determine the points that wont be eliminated and instead sent to another matrix (B). I am able to isolated the points that meet my if condition but I cannot isolate the points that fail the condition. the snippet of code I am using is below. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
HS_HS_threshold = 16;
for i = 1:n
for j = 1:n
elim_dist2(i,j) = sqrt((x(i)-x(j)).^2 + (y(i)-y(j)).^2);
if (elim_dist2(i,j) ~= 0 && elim_dist2(i,j) < HS_HS_threshold)
HS_elim_x = x(j); HS_elim_y = y(j);
HS_elim(j,:) = [HS_elim_x, HS_elim_y];
elseif HS_elim(:,1) ~= x(i) && HS_elim(:,2) ~= y(i)
keep_x = x(i); keep_y = y(i);
B(i,:) = [keep_x, keep_y];
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Vance Blake
Vance Blake le 16 Août 2019
Modifié(e) : Vance Blake le 16 Août 2019
@Walter Oh so is that why the second matrix keeps collecting all the points instead of just the points that aren't too close to each other??
@Geoff I tried else first but the outcome was still incorrect because of what Walter explained if Im understanding correctly.

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Bjorn Gustavsson
Bjorn Gustavsson le 16 Août 2019
Are you trying to separate points that have no neighbours closer than HS_HS_threshold from those that have?
If so this should do something like that:
elim_dist2 = nan(numel(x)); % this to have nans on the diagonal after distance calculation
HS_HS_threshold = 16;
for i = n:-1:1 % looping from largest index lets you avoid calculating the size of the elim_dist2 matrix without pying the price of dynamic growing of a matrix
for j = (i-1):-1:1 % distance symmetric (l(i1,i2) == l(i2,i1)) so calculate it once
elim_dist2(i,j) = sqrt((x(i)-x(j)).^2 + (y(i)-y(j)).^2);
elim_dist2(j,i) = elim_dist2(i,j);
% find the points that have its nearest neighbour further away than HS_HS_threshold:
i2keep = find(nanmin(elim_dist2)>HS_HS_threshold);
% put those into one pair of arrays
keep_x = x(i2keep);
keep_y = y(i2keep);
% and the others into another pair of arrays
x_close_neighbours = x;
y_close_neighbours = y;
x_close_neighbours(i2keep) = [];
y_close_neighbours(i2keep) = [];
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Vance Blake
Vance Blake le 28 Août 2019
Oh I acutally figured out my problem. I needed to set up the initial NaN matrix for the bigger of the 2 sets of vectors not matrices (my bad on the wrong terminology) and then fill out the resulting matrix with the distance values accordingly. Therefore avoidng the problem of comparing vectors of unequal size and gettting 0s. Basically i didnt realize just how good of a solution you guys gave me. thanks for the help both now and then.

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