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Vertically concatenate geographic or planar vectors


v = vertcat(v1,v2,...)



v = vertcat(v1,v2,...) vertically concatenates the geographic or planar vectors v1, v2, and so on. If the class type of any property is a cell array, then the resultant field in the output v is also a cell array.


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Create three mapshape vectors. The second vector has two features and is size 2x1.

ms1 = mapshape(42, -110, 'Temperature', 65, 'Name', 'point1');
ms2 = mapshape({50, 50.1}, {-101 -101.4}, 'Temperature', {73.2 77}, 'Name', {'point2','point3'});
ms3 = mapshape(42.1, -110.4, 'Temperature', 65.5, 'Name', 'point4');

Vertically concatenate the vectors into a single mapshape vector.

ms = vertcat(ms1, ms2, ms3)
ms = 
 4x1 mapshape vector with properties:

 Collection properties:
       Geometry: 'line'
       Metadata: [1x1 struct]
 Vertex properties:
  (4 features concatenated with 3 delimiters)
              X: [42 NaN 50 NaN 50.1000 NaN 42.1000]
              Y: [-110 NaN -101 NaN -101.4000 NaN -110.4000]
    Temperature: [65 NaN 73.2000 NaN 77 NaN 65.5000]
 Feature properties:
           Name: {'point1'  'point2'  'point3'  'point4'}

The concatenated mapshape vector ms is size 4x1 and has four features. Note that the property 'Temperature' is a Vertex property in ms because it is a Vertex property in ms2, even though it is a Feature property in ms1 and ms3.

Input Arguments

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Geographic or planar vectors to be concatenated, specified as one or many geopoint, geoshape, mappoint, or mapshape objects. All of v1, v2,… are the same type of object.

Output Arguments

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Concatenated geographic or planar vector, returned as a geopoint, geoshape, mappoint, or mapshape object. The object type of v matches the object type of v1,v2,....

See Also

Introduced in R2012a

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