[R] Creating Multiple Repeating samples and Cross Correlating them.

John Kane jrkrideau at inbox.com
Fri Jul 20 15:58:30 CEST 2012

It would help if you supplied some code for us to see what you have tried. However something like this would presumably give you the sample data sets --note only n=100 in the example.

mymat  <-  matrix(NA, ncol=  100, nrow= 100)
for (n in 1: 100) {
  mymat[,n] <-  sample(c(0,1), 100, replace = TRUE)

John Kane
Kingston ON Canada

> -----Original Message-----
> From: baileycr at ohsu.edu
> Sent: Thu, 19 Jul 2012 14:17:43 -0700 (PDT)
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> Subject: [R] Creating Multiple Repeating samples and Cross Correlating
> them.
> I'm having a lot of trouble getting this done and nothing I've written
> has
> been remotely successful. Basically I have about 64 binary data sets
> stored
> as vectors, with 72900 entries in each. I am not very familiar with cross
> correlations, but I was advised that I should create 1000 randomized date
> sets (used sample() for that) to use as a control, then compare the cross
> correlation of my real data sets to the controls. First of all I am
> having
> trouble creating 1000 different sample()'s of the same vector, and then I
> am
> not all too sure how to cross correlate them Nothing seems to produce
> what I
> want, all I get are copies of the same sample() of the vector repeated
> over
> and over. Please Help?
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