When I execute the "raster.transform" function in Python it returns me a matrix.
What I can understand is that it tells me my data has a 10 m pixel resolution, It also tells me that my left bounding box is at 728749.5 and my top bounding box is at 4373200.5. What I don't understand is the rest of the elements like "-10", "1", and "0s". I also noticed that it can be a 2x3 matrix. Why is this dimension different?
I would like to know what does this matrix conveys and how can I use this information, especially when I have this info from two different rasters.