How to save same input values in output

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Stephen john
Stephen john on 28 Jun 2022
Commented: dpb on 29 Jun 2022
Hello everyone, I hope you are doing well.
I have the four cells and each cell has four column .
i applied the following algorithm which find the histogram of second column of each cell, and find the unique value and count and repeat the values based on count.
At the output i only get single column in the cell, but i want the the 2nd preprocessed column with all other column which present in the input of each cell. How can i do it in MATLAB
K=4
for i = 1:K
T = C1{i}(:,2);
h1(i)=histogram(T,100000,'BinLimitsMode','manual','BinLimits',[0 3e8]);
BindataF{i}=h1(i).Data;
T1=BindataF{i};
Values=unique(T1);
counts=histc(T1(:),Values);
val{i}=Values;
cnts{i} = counts;
end
for k =1:K
c = cnts{k};
v = val{k};
z=k+1;
for j=z:K
temp = val{j};
cnt_temp = cnts{j};
for m = 1: length(v)
for n = 1: length(temp)
if v(m)== temp(n)
c(m)=c(m)+cnt_temp(n);
temp(n)= nan;
cnts{j}(n) = nan;
end
end
cnts{k}(m) = c(m);
end
val{j} = temp;
end
end
fnRM=@(v,c)repmat(v,1,c);
for i=1:numel(val)
ix=isfinite(cnts{i});
C{i}=cell2mat(arrayfun(fnRM,val{i}(ix),cnts{i}(ix),'UniformOutput',false).');
Cluster{i}=C{1,i}.';
end
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dpb
dpb on 29 Jun 2022
Again, don't try to describe, SHOW a small example input and expetced output...it's much faster for us and more likely to result in the actual result described--I really don't follow the above precisely and don't have time to try to puzzle it out.

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