anirbanm at smu.edu.sg
Tue Sep 15 17:10:10 CEST 2009
Thanks everyone for your replies. Particularly David.
The numbers are pseudo-random. Repeated calls should/would give the
same output. Currently, Halton works fine when used to just get the
Halton sequence, but the random deviates call is not working in 64 bit
R. For now, I will generate the numbers in 32 bit R, save them and
then load them back in when using 64 bit R. The package maintainers
can look at it if/when they get a chance and/or access to 64 bit R.
On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 9:01 AM, David Winsemius <dwinsemius at comcast.net> wrote:
> I get very different output from the two versions of Mac OSX R as
> well. The 32 bit version puts out a histogram that has an expected,
> almost symmetric unimodal distribution. The 64 bit version created a
> bimodal distribution with one large mode near 0 and another smaller
> mode near 10E+37. Postcript output attached.
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