#### probability - How to generate a random vector in octave

**rand**(s, ___) generates numbers from random number stream s instead of the default global stream. To create a stream, use RandStream. Specify s followed by any of the argument combinations in previous syntaxes, except for the ones that involve like. This syntax does not support the like

#### Octave/Matlab: Generating Random Numbers In Range

**in Octave**. Additional random distributions can be found in section 24.7 Random Number Generation.. Loadable Function:

**rand**(x) Loadable Function:

**rand**(n, m) Loadable Function:

**rand**("state", x) Loadable Function:

**rand**("seed", x) Return a matrix with random elements uniformly distributed on the interval …

#### GNU Octave: Special Utility Matrices

**rande in octave**

**rand**in both

**Octave**and MATLAB, it is an open interval between (0,1), so no, it shouldnt generate the numbers 0 or 1.. However, you can perhaps generate a set of random integers, then normalize the values so that they lie between [0,1].So perhaps use something like randi (MATLAB docs,

**Octave**docs) where it generates integer values from 1 up to a given maximum.

#### Function Reference: randn - Octave Forge

**rande in octave**

**rand**() [/code]and [code ]randn()[/code] are very important function in MATLAB and both have different meaning. 1. [code ]

**rand**()[/code]: It gives uniformly

#### An Octave introduction cheat sheet. · GitHub

**rande in octave**

**rand**("seed", X) where X is a scalar value. If called as

**rand**("seed") `

**rand**returns the current value of the seed. Additional help for built-in functions, operators, and variables is available in the on-line version of the manual. Use the command `help -i <topic> to search the manual index.

**octave**:44>

**rand**("seed") ans = 5.4900e-309

#### Basic Operations in Octave - GeeksforGeeks

#### Octave Programming Tutorial/Loops and conditions

**in Octave**? I know of

**rand**(1,100) but I do not know if it is possible to make sure that the values sum up to a constant.

#### GNU Octave Version 5

**Octave**can generate random numbers from a large number of distributions. The random number generators are based on the random number generators described in Special Utility Matrices. The following table summarizes the available random number generators (in alphabetical order).

#### Uniformly distributed random numbers - MATLAB rand

**Octave**for illustration. The same commands will work in Matlab. We will be using randi() command for generating random numbers in range. The syntax is randi([start,end]). For example, I want to generate a random number between -10 and 10. So I type randi([-10,10]) on the

**Octave**…

#### Octave - General - Equivalent RandStream() in Octave?

**rande in octave**

**rand**( ) function generates random numbers between 0 and 1 that are distributed uniformly (all numbers are equally probable). If you attempt the extra credit, you likely will need to use the

**rand**( ) function.

**rand**(1) – generates a single random number

**rand**(N) – generates a …

#### Octave - find the min (or max) value of a Matrix, and the

**in Octave**5 be simplified to range = [ intmin(x), intmax(x) ]. The path handling functions no longer perform variable or brace expansion on path elements and

**Octave**’s load-path is no longer subject to these expansions. A new printing device is available, "-ddumb", which produces ASCII art for plots.

#### Function Reference: rand - Octave Forge

**Octave**-Forge is a collection of packages providing extra functionality for GNU

**Octave**.

**Octave**-Forge - Extra The arguments are handled the same as the arguments for

**rand**. By default, randn uses the Marsaglia and Tsang “Ziggurat technique” to transform from a uniform to a normal distribution.

#### Octave Programming Tutorial/Vectors and matrices

#### What is the difference between rand() and randn() in

**rande in octave**

**octave**wrote: > My classmate used RandStream() to generate a series of random seeds, > but I have no matlab.. I use

**Octave**and it is not defined there. There is no equivalent

**in Octave**yet, but the function is typically not that essential. You can probably modify the original code to not use RandStream at all.