How can I convert a vector to 2D matrix correctly?

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Dear All,
I have a vector A(33807). I would like to convert it to matrix B(177X191). I tried it with reshape function:
B=reshape(A,[177, 191]);
But I am not sure that it is correct. Could someone recommend me a better way? Thank you for your help in advance!
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Guillaume
Guillaume on 30 Sep 2015
That makes absolutely no sense. The lambert conformal conic projection converts latitude and longitude into x and y, not 1D into 2D.

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Thorsten
Thorsten on 29 Sep 2015
Edited: Thorsten on 29 Sep 2015
That's correct. Note that reshape works along order of dimensions, so in this case the first 177 values of A would go to the first column of B, the next 177 values to the second column, and so on.
If instead the first 191 values should go to row 1, you have to write
B=reshape(A,[191, 177])';

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