how to create initial population of 100 random numbers

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Please i need help on what parameters to use in order to create a 10*10 grid environment with this syntax: [Chrom Lind BaseV] = crtbp(Nind, Lind, Base).

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Andrew Reibold
Andrew Reibold on 22 Aug 2014
Edited: Andrew Reibold on 25 Aug 2014
You can generate random number grids using the function rand
rows = 3;
columns = 3;
Numbers = rand(rows,columns)
Numbers =
0.162182308193243 0.528533135506213 0.262971284540144
0.748151592823709 0.794284540683907 0.165648729499781
0.654079098476782 0.450541598502498 0.311215042044805
All of the random numbers will be between 0 and 1. If you want them to be between 0 and 100, multiply it by 100. If you want them to be between 25 and 75, multiple by 50 and add 25. (And so on with lots of other examples).
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Guillaume
Guillaume on 1 Sep 2014
Ibrahim, since your initial question has been answered and you're now asking a different question, you'll be better off starting a new question.
Be a bit more explicit in your new question. In particular, if you get an error message, write what that message is.

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