How to concatenate elements in cell array to a vector?

7 views (last 30 days)
I have cell arrays with different size & I want to concatenate all the elements in the cell to become a vector. How to do that?
This is my code:
% Create cell arrays
Q= [23 34; 44 55; 56 71; 63 49; 71 30];
B= [12 13; 10 99];
C{1}=Q;
C{2}=B;
% Convert cells to vector
nCol = cellfun('size', C, 1);
nRow = numel(C);
No_of_elements = cellfun(@numel, C);
P = No_of_elements(1,1) + No_of_elements(1,2);
Output = NaN(1,P); % Size vector
for iC = 1:numel(C)
idx = (iC - 1) + 1;
Output(1:P(iC), idx:idx+1) = C{iC};
end
I want the final output to become, Output = [23 34 44 55 56 71 63 49 71 30 12 13 10 99]

Accepted Answer

Paul
Paul on 3 Aug 2022
Q= [23 34; 44 55; 56 71; 63 49; 71 30];
B= [12 13; 10 99];
C{1}=Q;
C{2}=B;
Output = reshape(vertcat(C{:}).',1,[])
Output = 1×14
23 34 44 55 56 71 63 49 71 30 12 13 10 99
  3 Comments

Sign in to comment.

More Answers (0)

Categories

Find more on Matrices and Arrays in Help Center and File Exchange

Products


Release

R2022a

Community Treasure Hunt

Find the treasures in MATLAB Central and discover how the community can help you!

Start Hunting!