Re: [R] Simulation

From: Ivan Calandra <ivan.calandra_at_uni-hamburg.de>
Date: Tue, 01 Mar 2011 09:48:10 +0100

Well, knowing how your data looks like would definitely help! Say your data object is called "mydata", just paste the output from dput(mydata) into the email you want to send to the list. Ivan

Le 3/1/2011 04:18, bwaxxlo a écrit :
> I tried looking for help but I couldn't locate the exact solution.
> I have data that has several variables. I want to do several sample
> simulations using only two of the variables (eg: say you have data between
> people and properties owned. You only want to check how many in the samples
> will come up with bicycles) to estimate probabilities and that sort of
> thing.
> Now, I can only do a simulation in terms of this code: sample(1:10, size =
> 15, replace = TRUE).
> I do not know how select specific variables only.
> I'll appreciate the help
>

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