In this article on Mechanicalland, we will show you how to take the transpose of a matrix or matrices in Matlab®. In some situations, you need to use the transpose of a matrix for a linear algebra calculation in Matlab®. So Matlab® provides various kinds of Linear Algebra commands that one of them is transposing of a matrix.
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How To Transpose A Matrix In Matlab®?
>> a = [1 3 5;7 8 11;100 1 4]; x = a' y = a'.*5 z = a'+5 x = 1 7 100 3 8 1 5 11 4 y = 5 35 500 15 40 5 25 55 20 z = 6 12 105 8 13 6 10 16 9 >>
If you want to take a transpose of a matrix in Matlab®, you need to only put ‘ next to the name of the matrix in Matlab®.
‘a’ is the created matrix in Matlab® as shown above.
‘x’ is the transposed state of matrix ‘a’ that created only typing a’ in Matlab® Command Window as shown above.
In ‘y’, the transpose of ‘a’ is multiplied by 5 which shows you can use transpose values of matrices in mathematical calculations in Matlab® as shown above.
Also, ‘z’ shows you can do basic mathematical additions or subtractions to transposed values of matrices in Matlab®.
So it is very basic to take the transpose of a matrix in Matlab®.
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