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I have created a dataset D with one column and 3 rows which includes the following elements:

D1 = {1, 1} , 'Text1' with a total repetition of 15 times (1 row and 15 columns)

D2 = {2, 1} , Includes 15 300x3 double elements (1 row and 15 columns) named data1

D3 = {3, 1} , 'Text2' with a total repetition of 15 times (1 row and 15 columns)

Therefore I have the following cell array if i open D1, D2, and D3:

Text1 Text1 Text1 Text1 Text1 Text1 Text1 Text1 Text1 Text1 Text1 Text1 Text1 Text1 Text1

data1 data1 data1 data1 data1 data1 data1 data1 data1 data1 data1 data1 data1 data1 data1

Text2 Text2 Text2 Text2 Text2 Text2 Text2 Text2 Text2 Text2 Text2 Text2 Text2 Text2 Text2

When using the transpose option I would like to get the following order:

Text1

data1

Text2

Text1

data1

Text2

Text1

data1

Text2

etc.

However I am not sure how to write the code for it properly. Is there a matlba function to create "block elements" for transposing the above mentioned example?

Stay safe and healthy

David

Bjorn Gustavsson
on 3 Mar 2021

If I understand you right this should do what you want:

QWE = {'T1_1','T1_2','T1_3';randn(1),randn(2),randn(3);'T2_1','T2_2','T2_3'};

%

%QWE =

%

% 3×3 cell array

%

% 'T1_1' 'T1_2' 'T1_3'

% [0.5377] [2×2 double] [3×3 double]

% 'T2_1' 'T2_2' 'T2_3'

%

QWE(:)

%

%

%

% 9×1 cell array

%

% 'T1_1'

% [ 0.5377]

% 'T2_1'

% 'T1_2'

% [2×2 double]

% 'T2_2'

% 'T1_3'

% [3×3 double]

% 'T2_3'

This should extend well.

HTH

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