
INDEPENDENT UNIFORM RANDOM NUMBERSName:
LET Y = <dist> RANDOM NUMBERS FOR I = 1 1 N LET Y = LOC + SCALE*Y Multivariate distributions, however, generally require matrix operations. For this reason, random numbers for multivariate distributions each have their own unique syntax. Currently, this command assumes that independent uniform random numbers are being generated. That is, there is no correlation between the variables. This command requires that you specify the lower and upper limits of each variable.
<lowlim> <upplim> <n> where <lowlim> is a variable containing the desired lower limits of the uniform distributions; <upplim> is a variable containing the desired upper limits of the uniform distributions; <n> is a number or parameter specifying the desired number of rows; and where <mat> is a matrix where the resulting multivariate independent uniform random numbers are stored. Dataplot determines the number of columns to generate from the number of rows in the <lowlim> vector. Note that the number of rows in <lowlim> must equal the number of rows in <upplim>
LET UPPLIM = DATA 2 2 2 2 2 LET N = 25 LET M = INDEPENDENT UNIFORM RANDOM NUMBERS LOWLIM UPPLIM N
DIMENSION 100 COLUMNS . LET LOWLIM = DATA 1 1 LET UPPLIM = DATA +1 +1 LET N = 1000 . CHARACTER . CHARACTER JUSTIFICATION LEBO LINE BLANK . LET M = INDEPENDENT UNIFORM RANDOM NUMBERS LOWLIM UPPLIM N . PLOT M1 VS M2
Date created: 5/16/2003 