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An equivalent in Mathematica [duplicate]
Let's say I have a $n$x$m$ matrix $M$ in Matlab and I want to substitute the elements of $M$ that exceed $15$ for $-1$. In Matlab I just write
Oct 12 '13 at 19:00
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