Horizontal concatenation of DataSet objects.
- z = [a, b, c, ... ];
[a b] is the horizontal concatenation of DataSet objects a and b. Any number of DataSet objects can be concatenated within the brackets. For this operation to be defined the following must be true:
1) All inputs must be valid DataSet objects or convertible to a DataSet object.
2) The DataSet '.type' fields must all be the same.
3) Concatenation is along the second dimension. The first and, for multiway, remaining dimension sizes must match.
This is similar to matrix concatenation, but each field is treated differently. In structure notation this is:
z.name = name fields from all DataSet objects are concatenated. z.type = a.type; z.author = author fields from all DataSet objects are concatenated. z.date = date of concatenation z.moddate = date of concatenation z.data = [a.data b.data c.data ...]; z.label = mode 2 label sets are concatenated, and new label sets are created for all other modes z.axisscale = mode 2 axisscale sets are made empty, and new axisscale sets are created for all other modes z.title = new label sets are created z.class = mode 2 class sets are made empty, and new class sets are created for all other modes z.description = concatenates all descriptions z.userdata = if more than one input has userdata it is filled into a cell array, if only one input has userdata it is returned, else it is empty