convertion N matrixs inside a cell into one array

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I have a cell called ( AA ) that contains 1 row * 36 columns (as shown in the attached image)
As we could see that each column in that cell is a matrix ( inside each column there are 1*3 data points )
I need to have an array that has 36 Rows * 3 columns
For example,
the first column in the Cell will be converted into 1 Row and three columns, the second column in the Cell will be converted in the same way and finally add all of them together in order to generate an array that contains 36 Rows and 3 Columns
Here is a simple example
-1.48247427405830e-15 0.185513882360673 -0.185513882360676
-9.59200039657764e-16 0.211729497802758 -0.211729497802760
3.69087930153418e-16 0.224791092084074 -0.224791092084073

Accepted Answer

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 10 Jan 2017
Edited: Walter Roberson on 10 Jan 2017
cell2mat(AA(:))
or, more simply,
vertcat(AA{:})
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neamah al-naffakh
neamah al-naffakh on 10 Jan 2017
thank you so much for your help
by the way this is another method as well
output = cat(1, AA{:})

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neamah al-naffakh
neamah al-naffakh on 10 Jan 2017
in addition to the answer of the gentleman Walter Roberson
this is another answer that we can use it as well
output = cat(1, AA{:})

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