"Mateusz Gos" <email@example.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>... > hi, > i would like to write the following loop in form of a vector, which I am guessing is possible (or not?): > > n = 1; > for n = 1:20 > R = mean(measurements(1:n)); > n = n+1; > end > > thanks, > mat - - - - - - - - You should not have the "n = n+1;" line in there. The for-loop with n takes care of advancing n. Also the line "n = 1;" is totally unnecessary since the for-loop will start at n = 1 no matter how you set n in advance.
As your code stands at present you are taking twenty different mean operations, the first one the mean of the single number 1, then the mean of the two number 1 and 2, then that of 1, 2, and 3, and so forth. Is that what you had in mind? If so, all but the last one of these means from 1 to 20 have been overwritten because you placed them in the same variable R without indexing it with n.
If all you want is the single mean of the numbers from 1 to 20, then do this:
R = mean(1:20);
If you want the twenty different means, do this:
R = zeros(20,1); for n = 1:20 R(n) = mean(1:n); end