[R] Writing program for these
Sascha Vieweg
saschaview at gmail.com
Thu Jan 27 15:36:58 CET 2011
On 11-01-27 14:24, Ben Bolker wrote:
> Ben Boyadjian <benjy_cy_21 <at> hotmail.com> writes:
Double post?
>> Hello I am trying to solve these problems and I am not allowed to use loops or
> ifs.
>>
>> 1st Question
>> My first question is that I have generated 100 random numbers from the uniform
> distribution then
>> A)add only the negative integers.
>> B)add elements until the first appearance of a negative element.
>>
>> I know how to choose the negative elements for A but how to find integers?
x <- c(1, 1.3)
x==round(x, 0)
> If this is the standard uniform U(0,1) distribution (which I assume
> from your phrase "*the* uniform distribution" (emphasis added))
> then there will be no integers in the sample ... ??
>
>> And I dont know what to do for B.
>>
>> 2nd Question
>> Simulate 1000 observations from the student-t distribution with 3 degrees of
> freedom and then calculate
>> the truncated mean by excluding bottom 5% and top 5%.
>
> Looks like homework questions, which are not answered on this list.
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> One hint for the second question: ?rt
Rather ugly and long winded, but works:
z <- rt(1000, 3)
q <- quantile(z, c(.05, .95))
mean(z[z>q[1] & z<q[2]])
>
> good luck,
> Ben Bolker
>
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