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How do I reshape a dataset?

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andrew
andrew on 14 Feb 2014
Commented: andrew on 14 Feb 2014
I have a 288x35 dataset, how do I make it into 35x288?

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Thomas
Thomas on 14 Feb 2014
Edited: Thomas on 14 Feb 2014
a= rand (2,4)
size(a)
b=a'
size(b)
Is this what you are looking for ?
or
b= reshape(a,4,[]);
in your case
reshape(a,35,[])
if a is 288x35

Wayne King
Wayne King on 14 Feb 2014
Edited: Wayne King on 14 Feb 2014
When you say dataset, do you just mean a matrix?
X = randn(288,35);
Y = X.';
If the elements are all real-valued, just
Y = X';
or do you mean the transpose of a MATLAB dataset?
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Wayne King
Wayne King on 14 Feb 2014
If you are talking about numerical data of size 288x35, then assume the data are called data
data = data';
andrew
andrew on 14 Feb 2014
I tried that it says there are too many output argument errors, I assume this is an issue because there are some strings mixed with some numbers?

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