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Simulation model to accompany the article, "Monte-Carlo Simulation in MATLAB Using Copulas" in the November 2003 issue of MATLAB News&Notes. The function METAPOP runs the metapopulation simulation model described in the article.

MATLABdlT«'s Statistics Toolboxd-OC?D? includes a variety of functions for copula models



NOTE: Beginning in V7.1 (R14SP3), MATLABdlT« includes built-in support for the Mersenne Twister. The mex file here is only needed for versions prior to that.

TWISTER produces pseudo-random numbers using the Mersenne Twister algorithm...



NOTE: Beginning in release R2008b, MATLAB includes support for random number streams. The code here is not as flexible, and uses some deprecated constructs, and is not recommended or needed for versions of MATLAB newer than R2008a.



A MATLAB implementation of the plot described in Eilers, P.H.C. and Goeman, J.J (2004) "Enhancing scaterplots with smoothed densities", Bioinformatics 20(5):623-628.

This plot is useful when a 2D scatterplot of your data would...



This function creates a 2D scatterplot from two data vectors, and puts a univariate histogram for each vector at the horizontal and vertical axes of the plot.