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Hemant Parmar
01/26/10 08:32am

Hi there,

I am trying a produce a random walk for a distance n and my task is to
find how many times along the walk the difference between the two values
produced is 0. The walk gives a binary output and is linked to two
selective groups. I feel I have successfully completed this bit, but am
having difficulty plotting a graph to show this. The plot should be the x
value against the natural numbers, thus a visual description of how many
times the graph goes through the x-axis, to prove the Y value produced.

What function should I use to plot this graph?
Does the function need to be done within the "For" function?


If anyone has any ideas or clues as to how I can overcome this problem,
please be in touch.

Hemant

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