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Concatenate Cell array of doubles along rows

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i have a cell array that looks like the following (4X2) in attached image
I want to concatenate adjacent values in rows

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 5 Nov 2016
arrayfun(@(COLIDX) vertcat(YourCell{:,COLIDX}), 1:size(YourCell,2), 'Uniform', 0)

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Abdelrahman Abdeltawab
Abdelrahman Abdeltawab on 5 Nov 2016
the second approach is ok but can we combine them after your cell vector, maybe taking each row and transponse as a column then concatenate the vectors together
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 5 Nov 2016
arrayfun(@(ROWIDX) vertcat(YourCell{ROWIDX,:}), (1:size(YourCell,1)).', 'Uniform', 0)
Abdelrahman Abdeltawab
Abdelrahman Abdeltawab on 5 Nov 2016
One more thing Mr. Walter to enhance the below function to incoprate your current answer, given that (please look at attached images in zip file)
function CombinedCurves= PrepareCombineCurvesCells(CurvesCell,selectedCurves,currWellNames)
fnames=fieldnames(CurvesCell);
n=cell(numel(selectedCurves)*numel(currWellNames),1);
for cWCurve=1:numel(selectedCurves)
for currWell=1:numel(fnames)
n{cWCurve,currWell}= CurvesCell.(fnames{currWell}).(selectedCurves{cWCurve});
end
end
CombinedCurves=n ;
end

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KSSV
KSSV on 5 Nov 2016
Let C be your cell array..
iwant{1} = [C{1,1} C{2,1}] ;
iwant{2} = [C{1,2} C{2,2}] ;

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Abdelrahman Abdeltawab
Abdelrahman Abdeltawab on 5 Nov 2016
Thanks KSSV but my case is dynamic case so items might increase ,or decrease i cannot hard code indices like this
KSSV
KSSV on 5 Nov 2016
You can put that into loop....not a big deal.

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