Create table from data

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DavidL88 on 12 Jan 2021
Commented: Adam Danz on 13 Jan 2021
I'm trying to extract some data (A1-4) and place it into a table. I get the error message "Error using vertcat - Dimensions of arrays being concatenated are not consistent." Can you advise what this is and how I can fix it?
The overall script the below code is from is more complex. The purpose of it is to extract data from a large number of statistical tests from multiple subjects and place the data in one table. When I run the script on one file (one subject and one test) I get the same error message. When I remove T1-4 from within the [ ] below and run it on one file then the table comes out fine. However, if I do that with all my files in a loop then the table comes out empty. For the one file I tested it on; A1-3 are 1x94 double and A4 is 1x94 cell.
T1 = [T1; A1]';
T2 = [T2; A2]';
T3 = [T3; A3]';
T4 = [T4; A4]';
T = table(T4, T1, T2, T3)
Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 13 Jan 2021
I copied the comment I think you're referencing to the answers section. Thanks for keeping the forum tidy!

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 13 Jan 2021
Summary of comments under the question,
Instead of initializing T as an empty cell, use an empty table.
T = table();
A1 = array2table(rand(3,3));
C = [T,A1]
C = 3x3 table
Var1 Var2 Var3 _______ _______ _______ 0.73391 0.42024 0.11362 0.81381 0.81976 0.94401 0.23762 0.68696 0.64335

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