Tool to calculate eigenvectors of a matrix. Eigenvectors of a matrix are vectors whose direction remains unchanged after multiplying by the matrix. They are associated with an eigenvalue.

dCode is free and its tools are a valuable help in games, puzzles and problems to solve every day! You have a problem, an idea for a project, a specific need and dCode can not (yet) help you? You need custom development? Contact-me!

This page is using the new English version of dCode, please make comments !

Tool to calculate eigenvectors of a matrix. Eigenvectors of a matrix are vectors whose direction remains unchanged after multiplying by the matrix. They are associated with an eigenvalue.

Answers to Questions

How to calculate eigen vectors of a matrix?

Consider \( M \) a square matrix of size \( n \) and \( \lambda_i \) its eigenvalues. Eigenvectors are the solution of the system \( ( M − \lambda I_n ) \vec{X} = \vec{0} \) with \( I_n \) the identity matrix.

The eigenvector associated to \( \lambda_1 = 5 \) is \( \begin{pmatrix} 1 \\ 2 \end{pmatrix} \).

Ask a new question

Source code

dCode retains ownership of the source code of the script Eigenvectors of a Matrix. Except explicit open source licence (free / freeware), any algorithm, applet, software (converter, solver, encryption / decryption, encoding / decoding, ciphering / deciphering, translator), or any snippet or function (convert, solve, decrypt, encrypt, decipher, cipher, decode, code, translate) written in PHP (or Java, C#, Python, Javascript, etc.) which dCode owns rights can be transferred after sales quote. So if you need to download the Eigenvectors of a Matrix script for offline use, for you, your company or association, see you on contact page !

dCode uses cookies to customize the site content, analyze user behavior and adapt dCode to your use. Some data is stored and collected for advertising purposes and may be shared with our partners. OK