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# How to resize the element matrix inside a cell array?

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I have a 1x8 cell array with elements composed of the following dimension.
10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double
in which the third dimension 2 represents the mean and variance values. in each cell, i have 130 values representing Mean(M) at (:,:,1) and another 130 values representing variance(V) at (:,:,2). now i want this 10x13x2 cells reshaped as,
260x1 260x1 260x1 260x1 260x1 260x1 260x1 260x1
That represents that the 130 values of mean and 130 values of variance should be combined in a way that it becomes,[M1 V1] [M2 V2]....[M130 V130] in each cell.
How can i do this?
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### Accepted Answer

Andrei Bobrov on 13 Dec 2017
Edited: Andrei Bobrov on 13 Dec 2017
Here Z - your cell array
z4 = cat(4,Z{:})
out = reshape(cat(4,Z{:}),[],size(z4,4));
or
out = reshape(permute(cat(4,Z{:}),[2,1,3,4]),[],size(z4,4));
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DEEPAK PHCSFI17041149 on 14 Dec 2017
Thank you so much Andrei Bobrov.

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