Error_Susceptiblity curve

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Hi.

Which is the easiest way to calculate the standard deviation (error) of the magnetic susceptibility by a Monte Carlo simulation?

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change the seed you use for the Monte Carlo generation and keep track of the resulting magnetic susceptibilities and calculate the standard deviation from there.
 
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change the seed you use for the Monte Carlo generation and keep track of the resulting magnetic susceptibilities and calculate the standard deviation from there.
Dr. Transport,

could you tell me other methods to calculate the error of the susceptibility?

Thanks by the help!
 
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The main reason to use Monte Carlo simulation is where an analytical approach is not practical. So any statistical questions are answered as @Dr Transport suggested.
 
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Off the top of my head, no, since it is a MC code, that might be the best and only way to do it without explicitly calculating everthing and doing the difference calculation numerically.
 

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