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Having trouble with a short code in Octave... Complete beginner, So any help Welcome

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Hi, I have a short code to do as part of an assignment. I've almost got it working, but I cannot seem to get the graph right and I cant figure out what I've done wrong.
Any help appreciated. Files attached.


dpb on 10 Nov 2018
And what seems to be the Q?
I'll note there doesn't seem that there should be any reason to have to run this in a loop; that's very inefficient and doesn't make any use at all of the primary feature of Matlab; MATrix LABoratory. Octave is a work-alike with similar features; learn to use it as intended as well.
While I didn't study the code at all thoroughly, the if block in the plotting is very poorly structured as multiple separate blocks for all cases instead of as one construct. They could possibly be part of the problem altho as noted I didn't read it carefully enough to be sure one way or the other; just that it's awkward at best.
Logical addressing would be "the Matlab way" for such an operation.
Stephen Cobeldick
Stephen Cobeldick on 27 Dec 2018
@Anusha Sridharan:thank you! Is it also possible to restore the question's original attachment?

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Stephen Cobeldick
Stephen Cobeldick on 10 Nov 2018
Edited: Stephen Cobeldick on 10 Nov 2018
% 1)
M0 = [1,4,3,100,12,1000,25,32,500,700,20,9000,25,650,40,3,67,2,305,80,200,50,2,15,4];
M1 = [1,6,2,120,14,900,25,35,550,650,23,7500,25,700,43,6,72,8,360,70,220,60,1,14,8];
M2 = [1.5,5,7,150,13,550,1,40,520,600,27,5500,27,900,44,12,75,9,360,50,190,50,4,13,6];
M3 = [122,120,120,170,140,700,100.5,134,570,600,125,6100,125,1050,122,130,187,109,460,145,330,160,105,113,104];
M4 = [25,25,30,40,50,600,6,33,500,600,26,5500,26,1150,14,32,126,8,360,28,230,60,2,13,5];
% 2)
M = [M0;M1;M2;M3;M4];
% 3)
M = M - (M(:,end)-mean(M(:,end)));
% 4a)
RM = (M - min(M,[],1)) ./ mean(M,1);
% 4b)
ARM = RM + (1 - RM(1,:));
% 5)
idr = ARM(5,:)>1.3;
idb = ARM(5,:)<0.7;
idg = ~idr & ~idb;
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