Merging two tables based on time interval

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Ivo Kuiper il 30 Nov 2015
Risposto: Udit Gupta il 30 Nov 2015
I have two tables A and B. A consists of information about glucose measurements, B consists insulin medication settings. I want to couple a glucose measurement to the setting of the insulin perfusor. However the timing is different and there are more medication settings than glucose measurements.
Table A:
Patientnumber * MeasureGlucose * Time(using datenum) * TimeNormal
11112222 * 16,9 * 7.3626e+05 * 26-10-2015 17:57:00
11112222 * 21,5 * 7.3626e+05 * 26-10-2015 19:47:00
11112222 * 26,3 * 7.3626e+05 * 26-10-2015 22:09:00
11112222 * 15,6 * 7.3626e+05 * 26-10-2015 02:29:00
11112222 * 8,8 * 7.3626e+05 * 26-10-2015 06:10:00
Table B:
Patientnumber * PerfusorNovorapidDosisE_u * Time(using datenum) * TimeNormal
11112222 * 1 * 7.3626e+05 * 26-10-2015 17:44:00
11112222 * 2 * 7.3626e+05 * 26-10-2015 20:00:00
11112222 * 4 * 7.3626e+05 * 26-10-2015 22:12:00
11112222 * 4 * 7.3626e+05 * 27-10-2015 02:07:00
11112222 * 4 * 7.3626e+05 * 27-10-2015 04:05:00
11112222 * 4 * 7.3626e+05 * 27-10-2015 06:05:00
11112222 * 2 * 7.3626e+05 * 27-10-2015 08:10:00
How can I merge these tables in the following way:
1. Select time of measurement in table A.
2. Find a medication setting within 40 minutes after the measurement
3. If no medication setting available in step 2, use the previous medication setting
I hope someone can help me with this problem setting.
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Udit Gupta il 30 Nov 2015
You can use
t = interp1(sample_time,tableB.Time,'nearest');
if abs(sample_time-t <= 40/(24*60))
<Update medication setting using t>
else
<Use previous setting>
end
See interp1 documentation for more control.
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