how to reshape a matrix?

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navid zed
navid zed on 27 Dec 2016
Edited: Stephen23 on 27 Dec 2016
I have a matrix that it is 321*531. It includes NaN values, which i have to eliminate them. Thus, I used this code:
m=~isnan(x);
v=x(m)';
then it turned to 1*75638. I wanna reshape it to 321*531,but I don't know how can I do this.I have tried reshape function,but it doesn't work.
please help me. thanks
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Stephen23
Stephen23 on 27 Dec 2016
Edited: Stephen23 on 27 Dec 2016
@navid zed: the number of elements that you have 75638 is not divisible by the number of rows that you want 321:
>> 75638/321
ans = 235.63
What do you imagine happening, should MATLAB magically invent some data to fill in the gap?

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adi kul
adi kul on 27 Dec 2016
If you are okay with replacing NaN values with Zeros then:
A(isnan(A))=0
Here A will be your matrix.

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