Table vs. Matrix
Wondering about the difference between tables and matrices? You’re not alone. I had wondered about that as well until I found an explanation that made sense.
It appears that “the key difference between tables and matrices is that TABLES can include only row groups, whereas MATRICES have row groups and column groups.“
Now you will no longer be confused when to say “table” and when to say “matrix.”
Posted on September 26, 2018, in Education and Teaching, Research, Uncategorized and tagged difference of table and matrix, matrices, matrix, table, table vs. matrix, tables, tables vs. matrices. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.