To flatten a cell matrix so that rows become individual cell arrays, you can use the `reshape`

function in MATLAB. The syntax for `reshape`

is as follows:

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where `A`

is the input matrix, `[]`

indicates that MATLAB should determine the number of rows automatically based on the number of columns, and `n`

is the number of columns in the output matrix `B`

.

To apply this to a cell matrix `C`

, you can first use the `cell2mat`

function to convert the cell matrix to a regular matrix, and then `reshape`

it as follows:

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This will create a new cell matrix `C_flat`

where each row of `C`

is now an individual cell array.

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