@mnrnd |

Matrix of normal random numbers.

Syntax: @mnrnd(n1, n2)

n1: integer

n2: integer

Return: matrix

Creates a matrix filled with normal random numbers. The size of the matrix is given by the integers n1 (number of rows) and n2 (number of columns).

Examples

matrix m1 = @mnrnd(3,2)

creates a matrix filled with standard normal random numbers.

If the number of columns is 1, the function returns a vector, as in

vector v1 = @mnrnd(18)

You may obtain a random sym by creating a non-square random normal and assigning the result to a sym matrix,

sym s1 = @mnrnd(5, 5)

which assigns the main diagonal and below portion of the matrix to the sym S1.

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