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Re: Random Sampling Without Replacement?


Needs["DiscreteMath`Combinatorica`"];

?RandomKSubset

"RandomKSubset[l, k] gives a random subset of set l with exactly k elements."

RandomKSubset[Range[52], 3]

{9, 33, 46}


Bob Hanlon

In a message dated 2001/1/9 2:10:41 AM, siegman at stanford.edu writes:

>Looking for neat compact way to extract three distinct (i.e., nonequal)
>randomly selected integers k1, k2, k3 from the range 1 to N (N > 3) --
>in other words, random sampling without replacement -- ???


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