double (DataMatrix)

Convert DataMatrix object to double-precision array

Syntax

B = double(DMObj)
B = double(DMObj, Rows)
B = double(DMObj, Rows, Cols)

Input Arguments

DMObj

DataMatrix object, such as created by DataMatrix (object constructor).

Rows, Cols

Row(s) or column(s) in DMObj, specified by one of the following:

  • Scalar

  • Vector of positive integers

  • String specifying a row or column name

  • Cell array of row or column names

  • Logical vector

Output Arguments

BMATLAB® numeric array.

Description

B = double(DMObj) converts DMObj, a DataMatrix object, to a double-precision array, which it returns in B.

B = double(DMObj, Rows) converts a subset of DMObj, a DataMatrix object, specified by Rows, to a double-precision array, which it returns inB. Rows can be a positive integer, vector of positive integers, string specifying a row name, cell array of row names, or a logical vector.

B = double(DMObj, Rows, Cols) converts a subset of DMObj, a DataMatrix object, specified by Rows and Cols, to a double-precision array, which it returns inB. Cols can be a positive integer, vector of positive integers, string specifying a column name, cell array of column names, or a logical vector.

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