# How to find index of cell array

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Vishal Sharma on 24 Jan 2017
Answered: Takuji Fukumoto on 25 Jan 2017
I have a cell array of
A = [2] [4] [5] [7]
[3] [10] [1] [9]
its index is given by code
[maxval idx] = max([imp{:}])
Above code is giving
maxval = 10
index = 4
whereas I want result as index = 6 (row wise calculation)
the cyclist on 24 Jan 2017
Vishal, perhaps more to the point is that you are asking many extremely basic questions, but not understanding the "big picture" of how the answers relate to each other.
You will be better off learning the fundamentals of MATLAB. There are many free resources for that. For example, you could start here.
If you do not learn the fundamentals, you will forever be reliant on this forum for every tiny question.

Takuji Fukumoto on 25 Jan 2017
How about using transposition?
B=A';
[maxval idx] = max([B{:}])
You can get
maxval =
10
idx =
6

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