How to generate a specific number of values within a range ?

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Majid on 13 Sep 2022
Commented: Majid on 13 Sep 2022
Hi all!
I'm really wondering how to solve this problem: I have an initial matrix Q (100*60), I extracted the first and second non-zero values in each row using this command line
R = size(Q,1);
First_second_ele = zeros(R,2);
for k = 1:R
tmp = nonzeros(qm(k,:)); %extraction first and second element
idx = 1:min(2,numel(tmp));
First_second_ele(k,idx) = tmp(idx);
end
after this , i got two column vectors. Now i want to see 60 elements between the two extracted values.
for example the first two element are :
4.0000 5.3333
i used :
A=linspace(4.0000,5.3333,60);
the result :
A = 4.0000 4.0226 4.0452 4.0678 4.0904 4.1130 4.1356 4.1582 4.1808 4.2034 4.2260 4.2486 4.2712 4.2938 4.3164 4.3390 4.3616 4.3842 4.4068 4.4294 4.4520 4.4746 4.4972 4.5198 4.5424 4.5650 4.5876 4.6102 4.6328 4.6554 4.6779 4.7005 4.7231 4.7457 4.7683 4.7909 4.8135 4.8361 4.8587 4.8813 4.9039 4.9265 4.9491 4.9717 4.9943 5.0169 5.0395 5.0621 5.0847 5.1073 5.1299 5.1525 5.1751 5.1977 5.2203 5.2429 5.2655 5.2881 5.3107 5.3333
How can i do a loop to get the result of all rows?
Majid on 13 Sep 2022
@Image Analyst Hi! the example above is for the first row , i want to do the same for 100 rows, i can't put in each time the two values in "linspace " function.
the result required is new matrix(100,60)
each row contains the 60 elements (not randomly)between the two extracted values as i gave you the first one.

Jan on 13 Sep 2022
R = size(Q,1);
First_second_ele = zeros(R,2);
Y = zeros(R, 60);
for k = 1:R
tmp = nonzeros(qm(k,:)); %extraction first and second element
idx = 1:min(2,numel(tmp));
First_second_ele(k,idx) = tmp(idx);
if numel(idx) == 2
Y(k, :) = linspace(tmp(1), tmp(2), 60);
end
end
Majid on 13 Sep 2022
@Jan perfect! thank you!

David Hill on 13 Sep 2022
a=sort(rand(10,2),2);
A=[];
for k=1:size(a,1)
A=[A;linspace(a(k,1),a(k,2),60)];
end

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