convert cell 2 double with a table inside

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Megha 2018년 12월 10일
댓글: Astha Singh 2018년 12월 14일
I have a matrix A containing cell array 12x1 which has table inside with dimension 86400x24 in each cell.
I would like to convert this matrix A to double. Is there any way?
Please note I want to keep the cells and hence table concantenated in the output. I do not wish to convert each
cell individually. I want to convert matrix A
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madhan ravi
madhan ravi 2018년 12월 10일
so upload your data as .mat file
Guillaume 2018년 12월 13일
A cell array is not a matrix.
A table is not a matrix either.
Do you want to:
  • convert each table into matrices (assuming every variable of the table is numeric) and then concatenate the whole lot vertically?
  • or simply concatenate all the tables into a single table (assuming all the tables have the same variables)

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Astha Singh
Astha Singh 2018년 12월 13일
Based on the information provided, I can suggest you to employ a for-loop to convert each table to an array, using the function 'table2array()', and keep concatenating it to your desired matrix. Look at the following code for example:
fin_mat = [];
for =1:length(c)
fin_mat = [fin_mat ; table2array(c{i})];
Here, 'c' is the cell array of tables.
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Stephen23 2018년 12월 13일
@Astha Singh: expanding numeric arrays within loops is not efficient, and the MATLAB documentation recommends using more efficient ways to write code:
This can be easily avoided in this case e.g. placing the data into a preallocated cell array and concatenating after the loop, or using cellfun as Guillaume showed.
Astha Singh
Astha Singh 2018년 12월 14일
Sure. Thanks, I missed that.

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