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Asked by saharsahar
on 28 Jun 2013

Hi all, I want to create a cell array and increasing the rows at each loop, while the elements of my cell array are all in time format , for example 02:34:12.

Following is my code.

uuniq=unique(rad_index);

for i=1:length(uniq) for j=1:length(rad_index) if uniq(i)==rad_index(j) dis(j,:)= diff(j,:); end end MyArray{i}=dis; end

where value of dis at i=1 and end of second loop will be:

dis=

00:02:11

00:03:47

00:03:46

now I want to create a cell array which keep these information as the first row and increase the row when i=2, i=3, .... I was thinking MyArray in above code should give me what I want but actually gives me the following error:

Cell contents assignment to a non-cell array object.

any idea is appreciated ...

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Answer by Muthu Annamalai
on 28 Jun 2013

Accepted answer

Your error message means that you are indexing the cell-array to get a subset of its elements as another cell-array.

i.e.

>> y = {1,2,3}; >> z = y(2); class(z) %z is a cell-array of 1 element >> z = y{2}; class(z) %z is a double

so you want to change your code to use '{}' braces to access the underlying element, and use '()' paranthesis to access sub-cell-array.

HTH

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saharsahar
on 28 Jun 2013

well, it seems error is removed but I am not able to access the data . I changed dis(j,:)= diff(j,:); to dis{j,:}= diff(j,:); now "dis" is a 3 by 1 cell array consist of

'00:02:11' '00:03:47' '00:03:46'

and MyArray is 1 by 1 cell array and MyArray (1,1) is the same as Myarray consist of

'00:02:11' '00:03:47' '00:03:46'

how I can access to elements now?

thanks

saharsahar
on 28 Jun 2013

ok let me ask my question in a simple way : how we can assign a cell array as first row of another cell array and how we can acces the data?

Thanks

Muthu Annamalai
on 1 Jul 2013

>> z = {1,2,3}

z =

[1] [2] [3]

>> z{1}

ans =

1

>> z{1} = z

z =

{1x3 cell} [2] [3]

>> z{1}{1}

ans =

1

>> z{1}{2}

ans =

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