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Hi,

I am trying to convert a 3D matrix which has one dimension of one into a 2D thus:-

size(A)=

1 3 3

and I need to convert it into a 3x3 matrix.

What is the command for doing this?


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b=reshape(a, 3, 3)

then  size(b) gives:
     3     3
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The best way of doing it is

B=squeeze(A)

See the mathworks web site

http://www.mathworks.com/access/helpdesk/help/techdoc/ref/squeeze.html
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Sorry about that.

They both work but with squeeze you dont need to know the dimensionality beforehand and so that is the accepted answer
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