|Mar4-10, 07:52 PM||#1|
Hi, I wondered if anyone can help. I have some linear equations in which I've found various possible solutions to the variables using NSolve function. For example, for x1, x2, x3 and x4, it has given me ~14 different possible combinations for each x. Is it possible to do a count so if the equations were run in a loop 1000 times, how often would a particular combination be reached?
|Mar13-10, 05:54 PM||#2|
I think that is the purpose of Sow and Reap, but I have never actually used them myself.
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