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I am trying to TeX a transition matrix for a Markov process and I want to be consistent with our textbook and label the columns and rows. I found \kbordermatrix and that let me produce:

    \[\kbordermatrix{
                    &L&M&C  \cr
            L& .94 &  .02  & .01    \cr
            M& .05  &  .96 &  .04   \cr
            C& .01 & .02 & .95      \cr
            }\]

But I'd like to add another label that spans the last three columns that says Current State (and is underline) and I'd like a way to label the the last three rows with Next State.

Is there an easy way to do this?

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It's quite an ugly solution, but it's the closest I can get:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{kbordermatrix}
\usepackage{graphicx}
\begin{document}

\begin{tabular}{c@{}c@{}}
    & \mbox{\hspace{6mm}Current State} \\ 

    \parbox[c][17mm][t]{3mm}{\rotatebox{90}{Next State}} &
    $ \kbordermatrix{
      & L   & M   & C   \cr
    L & .94 & .02 & .01 \cr
    M & .05 & .96 & .04 \cr
    C & .01 & .02 & .95 \cr
    } $ \\ 
\end{tabular}

\end{document}

This results in:

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The 6mm is used to position the 'Current State'

The 17mm is used to position the 'Next State'

The 3mm is the space between 'Next State' and the matrix

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