Matlab-Matrix - Transpose


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The transpose operation switches the rows and columns in a matrix. It is represented by a single quote(').

Example

Consider following example −

a = [ 10 12 23 ; 14 8 6; 27 8 9]
b = a'

Output

The execution in MATLAB gives the following output −

>> a = [ 10 12 23 ; 14 8 6; 27 8 9]
b = a'

a =

   10  12  23
   14   8   6
   27   8   9
 
b =

   10  14  27
   12   8   8
   23   6   9
 
>>

The transpose() function

You can also make use of the transpose() function to get the transpose of a matrix.

Example

Consider the following example for use of transpose() function −

a = [ 10 12 23 ; 14 8 6; 27 8 9]
b = transpose(a)

Output

You will get the following output −

>> a = [ 10 12 23 ; 14 8 6; 27 8 9]
b = transpose(a)

a =

   10  12  23
   14   8   6
   27   8   9
 
b =

   10  14  27
   12   8   8
   23   6   9
 
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