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Uitable data, error using horzcat

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Alexandra Philip
Alexandra Philip on 13 Jul 2020
Commented: Alexandra Philip on 13 Jul 2020
I am having some trouble with merging and displaying array tables into one uitable in the app designer.
I first have:
rmdData=importdata('AccelQuery.mat')
SERIAL_NUMBER=rmdData.('SERIAL_NUMBER')
BIA_COF_0=rmdData.('BIA_COF_0')
BIA_COF_1=rmdData.('BIA_COF_1')
BIA_COF_2=rmdData.('BIA_COF_2')
BIA_COF_3=rmdData.('BIA_COF_3')
BIA_COF_4=rmdData.('BIA_COF_4')
SF_COF_0=rmdData.('SF_COF_0')
SF_COF_1=rmdData.('SF_COF_1')
SF_COF_2=rmdData.('SF_COF_2')
SF_COF_3=rmdData.('SF_COF_3')
SF_COF_4=rmdData.('SF_COF_4')
This gets the data from the fields within a structure.
I then use the code below to merge the tables and create the uitable:
mergetables=[SERIAL_NUMBER,BIA_COF_0,BIA_COF_1,BIA_COF_2,BIA_COF_3...
,BIA_COF_4,SF_COF_0,SF_COF_1,SF_COF_2,SF_COF_3,SF_COF_4];
mergetable1=array2table(mergetables);
uitdata=uitable(uifigure,'Data',mergetable1);
uitdata.ColumnName={'Accel S/N' ;'BIA_COF_0'; 'BIA_COF_1'; 'BIA_COF_2'; 'BIA_COF_3' ;'BIA_COF_4';...
'SF_COF_0'; 'SF_COF_1'; 'SF_COF_2' ;'SF_COF_3' ;'SF_COF_4'};
I intend the mergetables to have each single array in different columns.
I happen to receive this error for the mergetables:
Error using horzcat
Dimensions of arrays being concatenated are not consistent. Consider converting input arrays to the same type before concatenating.
How should I correct this in order to get the double arrays from the data all merged into one and as well as displaying those values inside the uitable?

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 13 Jul 2020
mergetable1 = table(SERIAL_NUMBER,BIA_COF_0,BIA_COF_1,BIA_COF_2,BIA_COF_3...
,BIA_COF_4,SF_COF_0,SF_COF_1,SF_COF_2,SF_COF_3,SF_COF_4, 'variablenames', {'Accel S/N' ;'BIA_COF_0'; 'BIA_COF_1'; 'BIA_COF_2'; 'BIA_COF_3' ;'BIA_COF_4';...
'SF_COF_0'; 'SF_COF_1'; 'SF_COF_2' ;'SF_COF_3' ;'SF_COF_4'});
and possibly you would not need to set the ColumnName of the uitable.
Note: table variable with a space or / in the name requires R2019b or later.
Alexandra Philip
Alexandra Philip on 13 Jul 2020
Yes, I have the R2020a version. I need the uitable to display the table data in a figure. After I inputted the code I got this display:
I need the values from the table to be within the uitable figure.
Any suggestions?

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