I'm having problems multiplying specific values within my multidimensional matrix by a scalar. My matrix has the following dimension:
size(comDatabe) = 5 10 3 397 10
The third dimension is an x-y-z coordinate frame. Something went wrong and now my y-axis is defined upside down for one subject (#8 out of 10 from the last dimension, positive values are negative and vice versa). I want to fix this by multiplying all these y values by -1. I tried to do these things but that didn't work:
comDatabe(:,:,2,:,8) = comDatabe(:,:,-2,:,8) comDatabe(:,:,[1 2 3],:,8) = comDatabe(:,:,[1 -1*2 3],:,8)
How do I multiply this specific "column" by -1 in my multidimensional matrix?