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Please help with code below. Firstly, beamer seems to insist that every line within the array code requires its own begin and end $ signs. Then, though I've checked this for hours, it insists that the \frame{ closing parentheses}needs another$` which it won't take. Any thoughts? Thanks VERY much. :) Frank
This is my first time using your service, and I see that that printout that follows my typing this does not reproduce the code correctly, e.g, it does not show double backslashed where I have them. I'm stumped.

\frame{
\frametitle{... and the ``solution vectors'' are the cols of ${\bf q}_{16}{\bf VertexMat}\; =$}
$ \left(\begin{array}{cccccccc}$
$  .3902    & .2803    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732 $\\
$   0    & .0732    & .3902    & .2803    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732$\\
$  .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & 0    & 0    & .0366    & 0$\\
$   0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & .3902    & .2803$\\
$   0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & .3902    & .2803    & 0    & .0732$\\
$  .0366     &    0    & .0366    &     0    & .0366    & 0    & 0    & 0$\\
$   0    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & .0366    &     0    & .0366    & 0$\\
$  .0366    & 0    & 0    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0$\\
$  .0366    & 0    & 0    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0$\\
$   0    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0$\\
$  .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & 0    & 0$\\
$   0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & .3902    & .2803    & 0    & .0732$\\
$   0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & .3902    & .2803$\\
$  .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & 0    & 0    & .0366    & 0$\\
$   0    & .0732    & .3902    & .2803    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732$\\
$  .3902    & .2803    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732$
$\end{array}\right)$ \\ 
}
  • Welcome to TeX.SX. This code contains a bunch of errors. You're trying to use a matrix as frame title. This is possible, most likely, but does not look really nice – user31729 Jan 30 '16 at 21:42
  • There's the pmatrix environment (package amsmath) that is meant for typesetting a matrix. – user31729 Jan 30 '16 at 21:49
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There's a bunch of errors in here. In my opinion, the frame environment is more failsafe. The matrix shouldn't be typeset in the frametitle and pmatrix should be used as well. The alignment of the figures is difficult, of course.

\documentclass{beamer}

\usepackage{mathtools}


\begin{document}


\begin{frame}{A title}
\small
%frametitle{... and the ``solution vectors'' are the cols of ${\bf q}_{16}{\bf VertexMat}\; =$} % Don't understand this????
$\begin{pmatrix}
  .3902    & .2803    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732 \\
  0    & .0732    & .3902    & .2803    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732\\
  .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & 0    & 0    & .0366    & 0\\
  0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & .3902    & .2803\\
  0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & .3902    & .2803    & 0    & .0732\\
  .0366     &    0    & .0366    &     0    & .0366    & 0    & 0    & 0\\
  0    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & .0366    &     0    & .0366    & 0\\
  .0366    & 0    & 0    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0\\
  .0366    & 0    & 0    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0\\
  0    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0\\
  .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & 0    & 0\\
  0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & .3902    & .2803    & 0    & .0732\\
  0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & .3902    & .2803\\
  .0366    & 0    & .0366    & 0    & 0    & 0    & .0366    & 0\\
  0    & .0732    & .3902    & .2803    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732\\
  .3902    & .2803    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732    & 0    & .0732
\end{pmatrix}$
\end{frame}

\end{document}

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