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Store every n rows of a matrix in cell

Asked by pavlos
on 16 Sep 2018
Latest activity Commented on by Rik Wisselink
on 19 Sep 2018
Hello,
Please help me with the following:
Consider a 11808x1 matrix A.
I need to take every 96 elements and store them in cell B.
The first element of B would have 1-96 elements of A, the second would have 97-192, etc.
Thank you.
Best, Pavlos

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Answer by Rik Wisselink
on 16 Sep 2018
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You can do that with the mat2cell function.
A=rand(11808,1);
k=96;
B=mat2cell(A,k*ones(size(A,1)/k,1),1);
Note that this doesn't work for splits that are not equal size (so a group size of 5 doesn't work).

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