To all,
I am looking/thinking about something and would like to know if it’s possible to create vectors populated with random numbers. I have only started thinking about it so don’t throw a stone at me if it’s so obvious.
In the attached mcad 15 sheet, I have an equation which is the sum of j-values (j=3 in my example)
Is there a way of generating the values in the vectors in a random way so that the vector length is changed by the user? For example I may want a 1^{st} pass with j=10, then j=20 and maybe j=100
The constraint is that for the vector fnv: f1 < f2 <f3<…<fj
Would this be better set-up as a MonteCarlo problem using mcad buil-in function
Thanks in advance
Solved! Go to Solution.
Hi,
With uniform distribution of random numbers from 0 to n, where n is the number of elements provided by the user.
The values are sorted into order.
Hi,
With uniform distribution of random numbers from 0 to n, where n is the number of elements provided by the user.
The values are sorted into order.
Thanks