afeddersen

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I study psychology and economics with a very quantitative approach to each. I specialised on statistical methods, quantitative diagnostics, portfoio analysis and econometrics. Furthermore I am interested (and above that theoretically and empirlcally involved) in poker, chess and performing arts.

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Seems like I fooled myself into thinking this one wouldn´t work.

Sorry and thanks for clarification, though.

Seems like I fooled myself into thinking this one wouldn´t work.

Sorry and thanks for clarification, though.

Thanks...

that helped a lot!

Though I sticked to using lists, because I saw no way of applying select or remove to an array or Array,

your suggestion of using the combinat: -randcomb command was indeed very useful to me.

 

Arndt Feddersen

Thanks...

that helped a lot!

Though I sticked to using lists, because I saw no way of applying select or remove to an array or Array,

your suggestion of using the combinat: -randcomb command was indeed very useful to me.

 

Arndt Feddersen

Maybe I was too inacurate.

I want to create a new matrix by switching the rows randomly, but leaving each row in itself the same.

Maybe I was too inacurate.

I want to create a new matrix by switching the rows randomly, but leaving each row in itself the same.

by the way...

since I try this procedure with different random variables, the error does not always occur at the same stage.

e.g. sometimes it´s: Error, (in property/ConvertRelation)

sometimes it´s: Error, (in unknown) or Error, (in type/ParamProp)

sometimes something different. Anyway, the second part of the error is always: too many levels of recursion.

Thanks for any clarification on this.

Again I´ve to thank you very much for your help Mr. Alsholm.

Again I´ve to thank you very much for your help Mr. Alsholm.

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