How can I reshape a 3D matrix without changing the order of the data

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This is probably really simple, but I have a 3D matrix A, 10x30x5 where 5 is the number of replicates in my study and the 10x30 is the actual data. I want the number of replicates to be in the first dimension rather than the third so that A' is a 5x10x30. A(2,2,1) should be equal to A'(1,2,2) . But I have no idea how to do this.

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Jonathan Sullivan
Jonathan Sullivan on 2 Jul 2013
Use the function permute. It switches the order of the dimensions.
You would want something like:
A = permute(A,[3 1 2]);

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