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## Re: confused about how to define a cell array of vectors

**From**: |
James Sherman Jr. |

**Subject**: |
Re: confused about how to define a cell array of vectors |

**Date**: |
Thu, 15 Nov 2007 12:22:12 -0500 |

I'm a bit confused, and maybe others are too. Why can't you simply
write a for loop like:
CA = cell(size(X));
for m = 1:size(X,1),
for n = 1:size(X,2),
CA{m,n} = [X(m,n), Y(m,n), Z(m,n)];
end
end
Is there something I'm missing?
On Nov 15, 2007 3:40 AM, DushanM <address@hidden> wrote:
>* I've still not puzzled this out, and my earlier question about it didn't*
>* get a response, so I'm trying again. Maybe rephrasing will help.*
>
>* I have a 2-D, curved grid of points, indexed by (m,n). The (x,y,z) com-*
>* ponents of each point can be computed, giving three 2-arrays X, Y, and Z*
>* so that X(m,n) is the x-component of the (m,n) point, etc. What I would*
>* now like to do, but don't know how, is define a 2-D cell array CA with*
>* each cell a 3-vector: CA{m,n} = [ X(m,n); Y(m,n); Z(m,n) ].*
>
>* Could someone please point me to how to do this, or to where I can find*
>* out? Thanks.*
>
>* - Dushan Mitrovich*
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