how to expand cell array?

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andrew
andrew on 24 Oct 2013
Commented: Azzi Abdelmalek on 14 Nov 2013
I have a cell array that contains T1-001, T2-001, T1-002, T2-002....T2-058. I am trying to expand the cell array 368x but I would like to keep them together (T1-001 with T2-002 and etc. How do I expand it so that T1-001 and T2-001 expands 368x .
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andrew
andrew on 24 Oct 2013
for example:
  • T1-001
  • T1-001
  • T1-001
  • T2-001
  • T2-001
  • T2-001
  • T1-002
  • T1-002
  • T1-002
  • T2-002
  • T2-002
  • T2-002etc

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Answers (2)

Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek on 24 Oct 2013
Edited: Azzi Abdelmalek on 24 Oct 2013
a=[sprintf('T1-00%d T2-00%d ',[1:9;1:9]) sprintf('T1-0%d T2-0%d ',[10:58;10:58]) ]
out=regexp(a,'\w+\-\w+','match')
out=reshape(repmat(out,368,1),[],1)
%or
a=sprintf('T1-%3d*T2-%3d*',[1:58;1:58])
b=regexp(a,'[^\*]\w+\-\s+\w+','match')
out=strrep(b,' ','0')
out=reshape(repmat(out,368,1),[],1)
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Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek on 14 Nov 2013
a=sprintf('T1-%3d*T2-%3d*',[1:58;1:58])
b=regexp(a,'[^\*]\w+\-\s+\w+','match')
out=strrep(b,' ','0')
out=reshape(out,2,[])'
res=cellfun(@(x,y) [x ', ' y],out(:,1),out(:,2),'un',0)

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 12 Nov 2013
idx = ndgrid(1:length(YourArray), ones(1,368));
NewArray = YourArray(idx);

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