03-08-2014, 04:21 PM

For a matrix RANDMAT(M1,rows,cols), the transpose of M1 could be expressed as: transpose(RANDMAT(M1,rows,cols)).

Unless defined otherwise, the default value of T is 0, and so M1^T gets M1^0, returning the identity matrix, (good).

Courses in linear algebra often use M1^T to express the transpose of a matrix. This nice shorthand is more convenient. Is there any inbuilt way to do that?

-Dale-

Unless defined otherwise, the default value of T is 0, and so M1^T gets M1^0, returning the identity matrix, (good).

Courses in linear algebra often use M1^T to express the transpose of a matrix. This nice shorthand is more convenient. Is there any inbuilt way to do that?

-Dale-