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2015-04-22 19:38:18 +0100 | commented question | How to generate an element from laplace distribution I found a way to do this by using numpy in sage. http://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy/refer... import numpy numpy.random.laplace(loc,scal,size) will generate an element for laplace distribution. But it is not a very "sage" way to do it. And I am still concerned about my first question. |

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2015-04-21 21:57:56 +0100 | asked a question | How to generate an element from laplace distribution Hi, I am wondering how to generate a random element according to laplace distribution. I tried the method RealDistribution(). But it failed. According to the reference manual, laplace distribution is not supported. http://www.sagemath.org/doc/reference... In the manual, there are some examples showing how to deal with uniform distribution, Gaussian distribution, etc. My questions are: (1) How do I know exactly which distributions are supported by the RealDistribution() method? (2) Is there anyway I can simply generate an element according to laplace distribution in sage? Thank you in advance. |

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