@implode |

Syntax: @implode(m)

Argument: square matrix, m

Return: sym

Forms a sym by copying the lower triangle of a square input matrix, m. Where possible, you should use a sym in place of a matrix to take advantage of computational efficiencies. Be sure you know what you are doing if the original matrix is not symmetricâ€”this function does not check for symmetry. Example:

sym s2 = @implode(m1)

See also @explode.