From: xpRt.wannabe <xprt.wannabe_at_gmail.com>

Date: Fri 12 Aug 2005 - 12:17:00 EST

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Date: Fri 12 Aug 2005 - 12:17:00 EST

Ted and List,

In your code that produced 'mx', you dropped sum() from my original code though. As a result, the 10 x 5 max's are of the same value. Unfortunately, that's not what I need.

On 8/11/05, ecatchpole <e.catchpole@adfa.edu.au> wrote:

> On 12/08/05 05:55, xpRt.wannabe wrote,:

*> > Dear List,
**> >
**> > I have the following code that does what I want:
**> >
**> > x <- replicate(5,replicate(10,sum(rnorm(rpois(1,10)))))
**> >
**> > How might one change it such that the maximum value generated by
**> > rnorm(rpois(1,10)) can be retrieved for later use?
**>
**> set.seed(99)
**> x <- replicate(5,replicate(10,sum(rnorm(rpois(1,10)))))
**> set.seed(99)
**> mx <- replicate(5,replicate(10,max(rnorm(rpois(1,10)))))
**>
**> should work?
**>
**> Ted.
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