Stacking Matrices One after Another to make a final matrix

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I have different matrices( each matrix has size of 2x4 ) stored in a file as a cell array, I am adding them together with the following code:
I have also attached the file and the pictures with the question.
for i =1:1:(size(Identify_3,1)-1)
Final_Matrix = [Identify_3{i, 1}{1, 3};Identify_3{i+1, 1}{1, 3}]
The problem is I am not getting correct results.
Does anybody know...?

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Cris LaPierre
Cris LaPierre on 23 Aug 2020
Does this do what you want?
step1 = vertcat(Identify_3{:})';
step2 = vertcat(step1{:})
I noticed that, because some of the values are imaginary, all numbers in the combined matrix will have an imaginary component, though some of them are just 0i.
Cris LaPierre
Cris LaPierre on 23 Aug 2020
Ah, missed that subtlety. Well, a simple modification in the indexing is all you need.
step1 = vertcat(Identify_3{:});
step2 = vertcat(step1{:,3})

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