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How can i convert 160by1 column vector into 16by145 such that first column contain 1 to 16 and second column 2 to 17 and so on?

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rajesh kumar
rajesh kumar on 30 May 2020
Answered: Walter Roberson on 30 May 2020
i have 160x1 column vector. i have to convert that into matrix form such that first column contain 1 to 16 and second coulumn contain 2 to 17 and so on

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Carlos Alejandro Peñuelas Angulo
Edited: Carlos Alejandro Peñuelas Angulo on 30 May 2020
With a for loop you can iterate over the index you want to start each row of the new matrix. Something like this:
% Original vector
vec = (1:160)';
% Matrix creation
mat = zeros(145, 16);
rowSize = 16;
for i = 1:145
mat(i,:) = i:i+rowSize-1;
end
% Transpose the new matrix
mat = mat';
The '-1' is to avoid the overflow of the indexes.
Hope this help you.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 30 May 2020
If you have the communications toolbox, then you can use
temp = buffer(YourVector, 16, 15);
out = temp(:,16:end);

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