6
votes
3answers
176 views

Matrix decomposition dimensions diagram

What's the easiest way of making diagrams depicting matrix dimensions such as the following? I can do it with simple subscripts, but I like the visual effect that these diagrams give.
1
vote
1answer
32 views

Is there any way to get something like pmatrix with customizable grid lines between cells? [duplicate]

In the document I have to describe a series of transformations, made with a matrix. Each transformation works only on 2x2 or 1x1 block, so I want to visually select this block in the matrix like this: ...
7
votes
2answers
81 views

Commutative diagram with matrices as objects

I would like to create a diagram which has matrices as objects and arrows between these matrices. In particular, I'd like to have four matrices, two matrices in the upper row, and two in the lower ...
6
votes
2answers
385 views

TikZ matrix decoration

What I'm trying to achieve is a code structure to draw this kind of diagram: I need to decorate a two-rows matrix grouping one or more columns with a square bracket above them, and then again with ...
5
votes
2answers
948 views

Big block matrix with tikz

I know this is very similar to plenty of questions. The matrix below s actually bigger, so I realized that I had to use tikz. In this array, A, A',…,L', T are square matrices, and I filled with ...
4
votes
2answers
1k views

Typsetting big matrix (but keeping A4 size)

This question is a slight variation of Compiling a BIG matrix, but I need to write a matrix in a A4 or letter size paper; it is a block 48x48 matrix but I can put lot of $0_2$ and $0_4$'s in order to ...
6
votes
1answer
2k views

strategy / payoff matrix

I am trying to create a strategy matrix in LaTeX such as Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated. I would like there to be two values in each cell, aligned as in this diagram.
8
votes
1answer
893 views

How can I draw a diagram for matrix multiplication with LaTeX?

I'm trying to make a PDF manual for matrix multiplication with LaTeX. I'd like to generate a graphic similar to this one (from Wikipedia/Matrix multiplication): I guess this will be quite a bit of ...