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02-11-2009 07:38 AM

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02-11-2009 08:36 AM

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Hello,

To combine matrices, you can define a third matrix where the components of the third matrix are defined with the previously existing matrices. For instance:

A=[1,4;5,7]

A (a square matrix) =

1 4

5 7

B=[6,9;10,8]

B (a square matrix) =

6 9

10 8

C=[A;B]

C (a rectangular matrix) =

1 4

5 7

6 9

10 8

I hope this helps.

Regards,

Angela M

Product Support Engineer

02-12-2009 02:19 AM

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Thanks Angela,

i would like to perform this concatenation using lab view

could you help me ?

02-12-2009 09:37 AM

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Hello rasha,

I am sorry for any confusion, questions about LabVIEW should be posted to the LabVIEW discussion forum. MATRIXx is a different National Instruments product. You can see all of the National Instruments forums here. The LabVIEW forum is here. I would recommend searching the forums and LabVIEW help for concatenate matrix or concatenate matrices. Note that several of the functions in the array palette can be used with matrices.

Hope this helps,

Angela M

Product Support Engineer