[R] Creating two groups of random numbers
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Thu Jun 29 17:17:44 CEST 2017
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On 29/06/2017 14:44, Naike Wang wrote:
> Hi all,
> I want to create two groups of random numbers to calculate proportions. The
> first group is to represent the number of cases in a study. The second
> group is to represent the sample size of the study. Apparently, the sample
> size is going to have to be bigger or equal to the number of cases, but the
> sample size of a study is not necessarily greater than the number of cases
> of another study. Here's an example:
> study cases total
> 1 17 28
> 2 48 70
> 3 87 92
> 4 15 17
> Notice that the sample size of the first study is 28, which is bigger than
> the number of cases of this study, but is smaller than the number of cases
> of the second study.
> How do I create a data set like this?
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