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I'm sometimes dealing with matrices up till 20*20 - Is there a way to import these into LaTeX rather than manually typing them via the \begin{matrix} command?

The matrices are usually constructed in MATLAB or Maple - No luck on extracting them from there so far.

So far I have been making screendumps and inserting them as figures, but I would like to utilize the matrix-framework provided in LaTex.

Thank you in advance!

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I found the solution, and as it turns out, it was a quite simple on - so I thought I would share it with you.

MATLAB lets you convert any matrix into LaTeX code by using following command:

In MATLAB

Latex_Matrix = latex(sym(A))

where A is your defined matrix.

In Maple Execute your matrix, right-click the result then "Conversions->LaTeX".

The result should be ready LaTeX code.

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