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Function: transpose (<M>) Returns the transpose of <M>. If <M> is a matrix, the return value is another matrix <N> such that `N[i,j] = M[j,i]`.

If <M> is a list, the return value is a matrix <N> of `length (m)` rows and 1 column, such that `N[i,1] = M[i]`.

Otherwise <M> is a symbol, and the return value is a noun expression transpose (<M>).

There are also some inexact matches for `transpose`. Try `?? transpose` to see them.

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##### transpose

A : matrix[[0,1,2,3]];

B : matrix[[1,2,3],[0...

transpose(A);

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##### transpose

A: matrix [ [3,-1], [...

transpose (A);

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##### transpose

eq1:[Ix,Iy];

eq2:transpose(eq1);

eq1;

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##### transpose

A: matrix[ [1, 0], [2...

B: matrix[ [-1, 2], [...

A+B ;

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x: [1,6,3];

transpose(x);

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##### transpose

? matrix.transpose;

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##### transpose

A:matrix[[0,-1,1],[2,...

I:matrix[[1,0,0],[0,1...

transpose(A).A-4*I;

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##### transpose

vec_z:[1,2,3];

vec_s:transpose(vec_z);

vec_z**2;

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##### transpose

p1:transpose([1, 2, 3]);

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##### transpose

A:matrix[[1,1,1],[3,3...

transpose(A);

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