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The following table list matrix operators and functions that are supported by OpenMx. A blank value for the columns 'Implemented' or 'Passing Tests' indicates that the entry has been implemented or is passing the sample tests, respectively.

Operator name |
R name |
Mx name |
Conformability |
Implemented/Passing Tests |

Inversion | solve(A) | A~ | r=c | Yes |

Transpose | t(A) | A' | none | Yes |

Element powering | A ^ B | A ^ B | none | Yes |

Matrix multiplication | A %*% B | A * B | c_{A}=r_{b} |
Yes |

Dot product | A * B | A . B | r_{A}=r_{B} and c_{A}=c _{B} |
Yes |

Kronecker product | A %x% B | A @ B | -- | Yes |

Quadratic product^{1} |
A %&% B | A & B | c_{A}=r_{B}=c_{B} |
Yes |

Element division | A / B | A % B | r_{A}=r_{B} and c_{A}=c _{B} |
Yes |

Addition | A + B | A + B | r_{A}=r_{B} and c_{A}=c _{B} |
Yes |

Subtraction (binary) | A - B | A - B | r_{A}=r_{B} and c_{A}=c _{B} |
Yes |

Subtraction (unary) | - A | - A | -- | Yes |

Horizontal adhesion | cbind(A,B,C) | A | B | C | r_{A}=r_{B} |
Yes |

Vertical adhesion | rbind(A,B,C) | A _ B _ C | c_{A}=c_{B} |
Yes |

Determinant | det(A) | \det(A) | -- | Not implemented |

Trace^{1} |
tr(A) | \tr(A) | -- | Yes |

Sum | sum(A,B,C) | \sum(A,B,C) | -- | Yes |

Product | prod(A,B,C) | \prod(A,B,C) | -- | Yes |

Maximum | max(A,B,C) | \max(A,B,C) | -- | Yes |

Minimum | min(A,B,C) | \min(A,B,C) | -- | Yes |

Absolute value | abs(A) | \abs(A) | -- | Yes |

Cosine | cos(A) | \cos(A) | -- | Yes |

Hyperbolic cosine | cosh(A) | \cosh(A) | -- | Yes |

Sine | sin(A) | \sin(A) | -- | Yes |

Hyperbolic sine | sinh(A) | \sinh(A) | -- | Yes |

Tangent | tan(A) | \tan(A) | -- | Yes |

Hyperbolic tangent | tanh(A) | \tanh(A) | -- | Yes |

Element Exponent | exp(A) | \exp(A) | -- | Yes |

Element Natural Log | log(A) | \ln(A) | -- | Yes |

Element Square Root | sqrt(A) | \sqrt(A) | -- | Yes |

^{1} Support for this operation in the R frontend is provided by the OpenMx library. This operation is not defined by the R core library, so you will be unable to use it without loading the OpenMx library.

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