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Date:         Sun, 3 Apr 2005 12:18:06 -0500
Reply-To:     "Granaas, Michael" <mgranaas@usd.edu>
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From:         "Granaas, Michael" <mgranaas@usd.edu>
Subject:      simple simulation programming ?
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I've not tried to do anything resembling programming in SPSS and was wondering if it is possible to do some simple simulations. Something like:

Sample 10,000 random values from a distribution Place the values in a data column repeat the sampling process a few hundred times

Links or examples would be appreciated.

(I have visual basic installed and have been meaning to learn how to use it. Perhaps this would be a better approach?)

Thanks,

Michael

**************************************************** Michael Granaas mgranaas@usd.edu Assoc. Prof. Phone: 605 677 5295 Dept. of Psychology FAX: 605 677 3195 University of South Dakota 414 E. Clark St. Vermillion, SD 57069 *****************************************************


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