Gram-Schmidt orthonormalization

Prof. Dr. Christian Bär
University of Potsdam, Germany

Practice the Gram-Schmidt process. The page creates a random basis of $\mathbb{R}^n$. Use Gram-Schmidt to compute the corresponding orthonormal basis.

After clicking on "update" the result will be shown so that you can compare it with what you got. At the same time a new basis is generated. You can choose the size $n$ of the matrix from the dropdown menu.