The number of rows in the random matrix to be generated.

The number of columns in the random matrix to be generated.

The number of matrices to be generated, all matrices will be of the same dimension.

The underlying distribution from which the elements of the matrix are taken.

Choices are:

Each cell value is taken from a [0,1] uniform distribution so that each cell value is between 0 and 1. The mean is 0.5.

Upon execution of the routine with this option a new window will appear with the following parameters:

Upon execution of the routine with this option a window will appear with the following parameters:

This gives the probability p of success, i.e. the probability of an event occurring during one trial.

This gives the desired number of repeated trials n. The mean is np.

Upon execution of the routine a window will appear with the following parameter:

This gives the mean of the distribution.

Upon execution of the routine a window will appear with the following parameter:

The number k of events which must occur. The value k=1 gives the exponential distribution. The mean is k.

Each cell is filled with the time taken for the 1st occurrence of an event to occur assuming the event follows a Poisson process with an average of one occurrence per time period. The mean is 1.

NO will give missing values on the main diagonal.

A seed for random number generator. Use of the same number will create exactly the same 'random' matrix twice. Any value from 1 to 32000 is permissible. The default is randomly generated.

Name of data file which will contain random matrix.

UNIFORM - real range [0,1].

NORMAL - real range (-¥,¥).

BINOMIAL - integer range [0,¥).

POISSON - integer range [0,¥).

GAMMA - real range (0,¥).

EXPONENTIAL - real range (0,¥).