X(X < 0) = -999;
X(X < 0) = X(X < 0)+360;
X=A+c, X=A-c, X=A*c, X=A/c
idx = ~isnan(data); % 非NaNのインデックスを作成（'~' は否定の意）
x = std(data(idx)); % 非NaNのみを対象に標準偏差を計算
valid_data = data(~isnan(data));
data(isnan(data)) = ;
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