MATLAB Onramp: 8.1 Obtaining help

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Jigyasu Chand
Jigyasu Chand 2020년 5월 4일
답변: Yillak Gedamu 2022년 3월 28일
Hi folks!
I just started exploring MATLAB and I am stuck at the following place. In the course "MATLAB Onramp" which is one of the 'Getting Started' courses, I am not able to get the solution of '8. Obtaining help - Further Practice'. The task is to create a matrix that
  • Contains random integers in the range from 1 to 20,
  • Has 5 rows, and
  • Has 7 columns.
matrix with normally distributed numbers (instead of uniformly distributed numbers).
Please help on this one.
Thanks in advance!
-J

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Guillaume
Guillaume 2020년 5월 4일
I've just discovered that there are several versions of the Onramp course (R2018b, R2019a, and R2019b). The last two have slightly different presentation for the assignment (the first one doesn't seem to work properly) but in neither of them do I see that assignment under further practice. Which version are you using (look at the url)? Perhaps it is also language specific.
The assignment doesn't make sense and certainly won't be answered by the doc. You could rescale and recentre a normal distribution and possibly round it to integers but it still wouldn't be restricted to a range. And you could hardly call the result a normal distribution anymore.
You should report it as a bug to mathworks.
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Jigyasu Chand
Jigyasu Chand 2020년 5월 8일
That seems fair. Thanks a lot!
-J

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Abubakr Eltayeb
Abubakr Eltayeb 2020년 8월 14일
x = randn([5 7])

Anand Gopal
Anand Gopal 2021년 1월 19일
x = randi([1,20],5,7)

Yillak Gedamu
Yillak Gedamu 2022년 3월 28일
x = randi(20,5,7)

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