carl at witthoft.com
Thu May 14 00:04:24 CEST 2009
So far nobody seems to have warned the OP about seeding.
Presumably Debbie wants 1000 different sets of samples, but as we all
know there are ways to get the same sequence (initial seed) every time.
If there's a starting seed for one of the "generate a single giant
matrix" methods proposed, the whole matrix will be the same for a given
If rnorm is called 1000 times (hopefully w/ different random (oops)
seeds), the entire set of samples will be different.
and so on.
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