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This usually means developing a computer algorithm to generate data in a specified manner. 2. Sample from the pseudo-population (a pseudo-sample) in ways reflective of the statistical situation of interest, for example, with the same sampling strategy, sample size, and so forth. 3. Calculate in the pseudo-sample and store it in a vector, 4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 t times, where t is the number of trials. 5. Construct a relative frequency distribution of the resulting values, which is the Monte Carlo estimate of the sampling distribution of under the conditions specified by the pseudo-population and the sampling procedures.
Third, does the distribution function allow for the ready variation of the aspects of the distribution that the researcher wants to explore across experiments? For example, when examining the effect of nonnormality on parametric inference, it is helpful to use a family of distributions that can move smoothly away from normality simply by adjusting the parameters of the function. In the following sections, I describe and show how to generate variables from a variety of distribution functions with an eye toward their usefulness in Monte Carlo simulation.
Its other parameter, c, defines the steepness of the descent of the function and is the yaxis intercept. , 1993, p. 119). To generate a left-skewed, Pareto-shaped variable, multiply a Pareto distributed variable by 1. Although there has been much debate as to the precision with which this function actually fits the distribution of income (Johnson & Kotz, 1970a, p. S. S. South, landholdings in Norman England, frequencies of words in some native North American languages, and even the intervals between patterns of notes in a Mozart bassoon concerto (Badger, 1980; Crowell, 1977, pp.