I am generating some data with matlab over azure. While generating data I use rand.
x = x_limits(1) + rand*(x_limits(2)-x_limits(1));
z = z_limits(1) + rand*(z_limits(2)-z_limits(1));
I usually generate a couple of MB of data (~200k samples) which I then use and perform tests on and then depending on the results from the test I generate more. However I have encountered a problem which is that when starting the script for generating data again It gives me the exact same as the previous generated data file. Even if I use:
I still get a data file containing a lot of the same data. Is there a way in which I can save where my randstream finsihed in a lets say randState.mat file that I can later call when resuming data generator. Basically, picking up where the randstream last was used.