how to do a for cycle for cell arrays

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Hugo
Hugo on 25 Feb 2022
Commented: Stephen23 on 25 Feb 2022
Hello,
i have a cell array that is has 20 cells of 1000*20 tables
I am trying to write the following code:
FA1=data2{1,1}
FA2=data2{1,2}
FA3=data2{1,3}
FA4=data2{1,4}
FA5=data2{1,5}
FA6=data2{1,6}
FA7=data2{1,7}
FA8=data2{1,8}
FA9=data2{1,9}
FA10=data2{1,10}
When I try to transform it into
for i=1:1:10
FA(i)=data2{1,i}
end
I got an error. I would like to know what the way of doing this properly is.
I thank you in advance,
Best regards,
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Stephen23
Stephen23 on 25 Feb 2022
"I would like to know what the way of doing this properly is."
The proper way is to use simple and efficient indexing to access the data directly from data2.
Anything else is a waste of time (yours and runtime).

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Jan
Jan on 25 Feb 2022
And the next question concering indices hidden in the names of variables.
Use an array instead. In your case, data2 is sufficient already. If you really want to call it FA and want to crop e.g. further elements:
FA = data2(1:10)
FA{1}
FA{2}

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Image Analyst on 25 Feb 2022

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