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To answer myself, matrix(whatever_the_name_of_the_list_that_came_from_the_original_matrix_is) works. This might be all I need.

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To answer myself, matrix(whatever_the_name_of_the_list_that_came_from_the_original_matrix_is) works. This might be all I ~~need.~~need. But, this still isn't perfect, because I'm wanting to look at columns of the matrix and I don't know a good way to do that with lists... matrix[a] gives the row a.

3 | No.3 Revision |

To answer myself, matrix(whatever_the_name_of_the_list_that_came_from_the_original_matrix_is) works. This might be all I need. But, this still isn't perfect, because I'm wanting to look at columns of the matrix and I don't know a good way to do that with lists... matrix[a] gives the row ~~a.~~a... well okay, I can just make a new list and do a for loop that loops through the rows and picks of the ath entries in each row and appends it to the list, which would give me the ath column. But, that's not as easy as matrix.column(a). Is there a way with lists other than what I just said?

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