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Suppose I have the following matrix (i,j):

mat = {{19.8134, 54.7015, 64.1866, 75.5597, 88.8358, 83.7313, 93.0299, 
  88.2537, 101.03, 108.873, 91.8731, 88.097, 82.0075, 88.7164, 
  83.5672, 69.9254, 56.0149, 31.4328, 19.4179, 6.40299, 1.48507, 
  0.410448, 0.171642, 0, 0}, {24.2741, 52.6815, 64.4667, 74.8593, 
  87.6222, 87.1926, 96.3407, 90.0667, 98.2519, 103.496, 89.7926, 
  85.1259, 83.4889, 88.7111, 86.1852, 75.4296, 53.7778, 34.0667, 
  19.6889, 7.40741, 2.16296, 0.348148, 0.00740741, 0, 0}, {18.4632, 
  50.6544, 60.5735, 72.5441, 86.0956, 84.9485, 91.1103, 84.8603, 
  94.3897, 100.463, 83.6324, 82.9412, 77.4853, 79.6324, 77.9485, 
  61.9118, 48.7574, 27.8309, 13.8824, 5.96324, 1.60294, 0.529412, 
  0.0294118, 0, 0}, {19.1212, 59.0985, 71.6818, 86.8182, 96.553, 
  91.5455, 100.402, 92.6515, 111.068, 111.909, 95.7803, 94.3864, 
  92.75, 90.8182, 95.3561, 86.197, 73.6136, 51.5682, 40.6742, 15.1515,
   3.30303, 0.848485, 0.0757576, 0.030303, 0.030303}, {19.6083, 
  55.5917, 66.5583, 75.575, 87.6, 89.1417, 96.1083, 92.6917, 108.375, 
  117.3, 96.7333, 91.8167, 86.6583, 91.7333, 93.45, 79.5333, 60.275, 
  36.95, 24.3583, 9.60833, 1.76667, 0.416667, 0.00833333, 0.0333333, 
  0}}

The following is my criteria vector that each element corresponding to each row of the above matrix:

check = {7.94021, 7.95033, 7.44576, 8.83645, 8.38877}

Here is my criteria. If the element in mat[[i,All]] is less than the corresponding element in check[[i]] vector, I want to replace with the following vector

replacevec = {79.4021, 79.5033, 74.4576, 88.3645, 83.8877}

where each element (replacevec[[i]]) correspond to each row in mat .

Could you give me suggestions?

Thank you for help.

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  • $\begingroup$ could you please clarify "If the element in mat[[i,All]] is less than the corresponding element in check[[i]] vector" as mat[[i,All]] is a vector of length 25. What is being compared? Is it a single comparison for each row or is each element in row being compared with check element for that row? $\endgroup$
    – ubpdqn
    Feb 17, 2014 at 11:10
  • $\begingroup$ Do you mean mat[[i,All]] or mat[[All,i]]? mat[[i,All]] has different length compared with check or replacevec. $\endgroup$
    – Yi Wang
    Feb 17, 2014 at 11:15
  • $\begingroup$ @ubpdqn: each element of mat in row being compared with check element. For example, any numbers in first row of mat that is less than the first value of check vector (check[[1]]) will be replaced with the first element of replacevec (replacevec[[1]]) and so on... $\endgroup$
    – newbie
    Feb 17, 2014 at 11:22

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Using the variable in the post:

MapThread[
 Function[{x, y, z}, x /. a_?(# < y &) :> z], {mat, check, 
  replacevec}]

yields:

{{19.8134, 54.7015, 64.1866, 75.5597, 88.8358, 83.7313, 93.0299, 
  88.2537, 101.03, 108.873, 91.8731, 88.097, 82.0075, 88.7164, 
  83.5672, 69.9254, 56.0149, 31.4328, 19.4179, 79.4021, 79.4021, 
  79.4021, 79.4021, 79.4021, 79.4021}, {24.2741, 52.6815, 64.4667, 
  74.8593, 87.6222, 87.1926, 96.3407, 90.0667, 98.2519, 103.496, 
  89.7926, 85.1259, 83.4889, 88.7111, 86.1852, 75.4296, 53.7778, 
  34.0667, 19.6889, 79.5033, 79.5033, 79.5033, 79.5033, 79.5033, 
  79.5033}, {18.4632, 50.6544, 60.5735, 72.5441, 86.0956, 84.9485, 
  91.1103, 84.8603, 94.3897, 100.463, 83.6324, 82.9412, 77.4853, 
  79.6324, 77.9485, 61.9118, 48.7574, 27.8309, 13.8824, 74.4576, 
  74.4576, 74.4576, 74.4576, 74.4576, 74.4576}, {19.1212, 59.0985, 
  71.6818, 86.8182, 96.553, 91.5455, 100.402, 92.6515, 111.068, 
  111.909, 95.7803, 94.3864, 92.75, 90.8182, 95.3561, 86.197, 73.6136,
   51.5682, 40.6742, 15.1515, 88.3645, 88.3645, 88.3645, 88.3645, 
  88.3645}, {19.6083, 55.5917, 66.5583, 75.575, 87.6, 89.1417, 
  96.1083, 92.6917, 108.375, 117.3, 96.7333, 91.8167, 86.6583, 
  91.7333, 93.45, 79.5333, 60.275, 36.95, 24.3583, 9.60833, 83.8877, 
  83.8877, 83.8877, 83.8877, 83.8877}}
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  • $\begingroup$ Awesome!! It works. I'm curious since I am new to mathematica, are there any sources or references that help improving my coding skills ? $\endgroup$
    – newbie
    Feb 18, 2014 at 2:23
  • $\begingroup$ @newbie I am sorry for delay in replying. The Wolfram documentation is excellent. This includes that within Mathematica and from the Wolfram portal which includes video tutorials. Searching and participating in this site is extremely helpful. I am sorry I am using mobile device and hyperlinking is difficult. $\endgroup$
    – ubpdqn
    Feb 23, 2014 at 14:10
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If I understood the question correctly, you can use

Transpose[Replace[#, v_ /; And @@ Positive[check - v] :> replacevec] & /@ Transpose@mat]

{{19.8134, 54.7015, 64.1866, 75.5597, 88.8358, 83.7313, 93.0299, 88.2537, 101.03, 108.873, 91.8731, 88.097, 82.0075, 88.7164, 83.5672, 69.9254, 56.0149, 31.4328, 19.4179, 6.40299, 79.4021, 79.4021, 79.4021, 79.4021, 79.4021}, {24.2741, 52.6815, 64.4667, 74.8593, 87.6222, 87.1926, 96.3407, 90.0667, 98.2519, 103.496, 89.7926, 85.1259, 83.4889, 88.7111, 86.1852, 75.4296, 53.7778, 34.0667, 19.6889, 7.40741, 79.5033, 79.5033, 79.5033, 79.5033, 79.5033}, {18.4632, 50.6544, 60.5735, 72.5441, 86.0956, 84.9485, 91.1103, 84.8603, 94.3897, 100.463, 83.6324, 82.9412, 77.4853, 79.6324, 77.9485, 61.9118, 48.7574, 27.8309, 13.8824, 5.96324, 74.4576, 74.4576, 74.4576, 74.4576, 74.4576}, {19.1212, 59.0985, 71.6818, 86.8182, 96.553, 91.5455, 100.402, 92.6515, 111.068, 111.909, 95.7803, 94.3864, 92.75, 90.8182, 95.3561, 86.197, 73.6136, 51.5682, 40.6742, 15.1515, 88.3645, 88.3645, 88.3645, 88.3645, 88.3645}, {19.6083, 55.5917, 66.5583, 75.575, 87.6, 89.1417, 96.1083, 92.6917, 108.375, 117.3, 96.7333, 91.8167, 86.6583, 91.7333, 93.45, 79.5333, 60.275, 36.95, 24.3583, 9.60833, 83.8877, 83.8877, 83.8877, 83.8877, 83.8877}}

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  • $\begingroup$ I think the number on the first row, which is 6.40299 (output[[1,-6]]) should be replaced with 79.4021. $\endgroup$
    – newbie
    Feb 17, 2014 at 11:31
  • $\begingroup$ So I actually misunderstood your question... I think @ubpdqn's answer is what you want. $\endgroup$
    – Yi Wang
    Feb 17, 2014 at 11:54

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