How do I manipulate specific elements in a cell array?

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Janna Hinchliff
Janna Hinchliff le 10 Déc 2018
Commenté : madhan ravi le 10 Déc 2018
I have written a code that gives me a cell array containing several cells with the same dimensions, e.g.
cellarray = {6x2 double} {6x2 double} {6x2 double}
I want to change these such that the first row of each cell is entered into a single array, i.e. the first row of the first cell becomes the first row of a new array, the first row of the second cell becomes the second row of the same new array and the first row of the third cell becomes the third row of the new array. Then the second row of the first cell is entered into a separate new array, with the second row of the second and third cell and so on. How can I achieve this?

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi le 10 Déc 2018
cell2mat(cellarray)
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Janna Hinchliff
Janna Hinchliff le 10 Déc 2018
Does that just give each cell lined up next to the next as a matrix? By that I mean is each cell just written out in matrix form in the position it was in originally? It's quite difficult to tell in my full data set.
madhan ravi
madhan ravi le 10 Déc 2018
Try the below example:
c={[1:3;4 5 6].' [7:9; 10 11 12].' [13:15;16 17 18].'};
d=[c{:}]
cell2mat(c)

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