Yes, you can. Every operator has a method called todense that will return the dense matrix equivalent of the operaotor. Note, however, that in order to do so we need to allocate a numpy array of the size of your operator and apply the operator N times, where N is the number of columns of the operator. The allocation can be very heavy on your memory and the computation may take long time, so use it with care only for small toy examples to understand what your operator looks like. This method should however not be abused, as the reason of working with linear operators is indeed that you don’t really need to access the explicit matrix representation of an operator.