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How to concatenate string cell arrays?

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Nandini Chatterjee
Nandini Chatterjee on 22 Nov 2020
I have 2 string cells arrays (a 1 X 191 cell array and a 5 X 1 cell array). How can I concatenate the two so I have a 955 X 1 cell array that starts with Raw intensity mean (191 times), Gray mean ws=3 mean (191 times), etc. for all 191 cells.

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Abdolkarim Mohammadi-Balani
What you need is the Cartesian product of the two sets. MATLAB does not have built-in function, but there are several functions on FEX.
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Abdolkarim Mohammadi-Balani
You can have it work for strings by editing the function. For example, you change
X = zeros (...);
to
X = strings (...);
I think no other change is needed. Or you can use another FEX function.
As I mentioned, there are several functions for this on FEX. You can get them by googling "matlab cartesian product".

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