How to use unique() in a cell array

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Conner Carriere
Conner Carriere 2022년 11월 22일
댓글: Conner Carriere 2022년 11월 22일
I have a cell array that I need to find the individual names that come up
a =
91×1 cell array
{[roof-dent ]}
{2×1 categorical }
{[Sidemirror-Damage ]}
{[RunningBoard-Dent ]}
{3×1 categorical }
{[rear-bumper-dent ]}
{[rear-bumper-dent ]}
{2×1 categorical }
{[roof-dent ]}
{[Rear-windscreen-Damage ]}
{[RunningBoard-Dent ]}
{[Rear-windscreen-Damage ]}
{[Front-Windscreen-Damage]}
{[doorouter-dent ]}
{[rear-bumper-dent ]}
{[fender-dent ]}
{2×1 categorical }
{2×1 categorical }
{[bonnet-dent ]}
{[rear-bumper-dent ]}
{2×1 categorical }
The 2x1 and 3x1 also have the same data in them, just a possable other name. Is there a way to expand it, or use cellfun to use something like unique(a) on it?
I want an output like this
output = {'roof-dent','Sidemirror-Damage','RunningBoard-Dent'......}
basically what unique(a) would do, but its not working for this example.
attached is the data
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Conner Carriere
Conner Carriere 2022년 11월 22일
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the cyclist
the cyclist 2022년 11월 22일
I'm not certain, but I believe what you want is
unique(vertcat(b{:}))
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Conner Carriere
Conner Carriere 2022년 11월 22일
Correct, thank you!

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