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Amy Topaz
Amy Topaz on 14 Apr 2022
Commented: the cyclist on 3 Jun 2023
How to convert a 20*20 matrix into 20*1 matrix in matlab
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Riccardo Scorretti
Riccardo Scorretti on 14 Apr 2022
Hi Amy, the problem as formulated is ill posed. What do you mean exactly by "converting a matrix"? Please, provide a simple example of what you want to do.

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Kautuk Raj
Kautuk Raj on 2 Jun 2023
Edited: Kautuk Raj on 3 Jun 2023
I am assuming that you wish to get a 400x1 matrix, instead of a 20x1 matrix, the latter being not possible without dropping elements. To convert a 20x20 matrix into a 400x1 matrix in MATLAB, we can use the reshape function. To cite an example:
% Define a 20x20 matrix
A = rand(20);
% Reshape the matrix into a 400x1 column vector
A_col = reshape(A, [], 1);
In this code, we first define a 20x20 matrix A using the rand function to generate random values. We then use the reshape function to reshape the matrix into a 400x1 column vector A_col.
More details about the reshape function can be found here.
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the cyclist
the cyclist on 2 Jun 2023
The result is not a 20x1 column vector:
% Define a 20x20 matrix
A = rand(20);
% Reshape the matrix into a 20x1 column vector
A_col = reshape(A, [], 1);
size(A_col)
ans = 1×2
400 1
What the OP asked for is not possible without further information about what they mean.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 3 Jun 2023
prod(M, 2)
sum(M, 2)
min(M, 2)
max(M, 2)
any(M, 2)
all(M, 2)
std(M, [], 2)

amongst others

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the cyclist
the cyclist on 3 Jun 2023
How silly can we get, within the bounds of the request?
M(randperm(400,20))'; % :-)

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