R programming sapply function

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Problem statement: To create a matrix with 100 rows and 20 columns by implementing the sapply()  function. Also, fill the matrix with random variables of values between 0 and 1.

How can this be done?
Jan 23, 2019 in Data Analytics by Sophie may
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There are 2 ways to do it, try this:

replicate(20, rtriangle(100))
sapply(rep(100, 20), rtriangle)

Hope this helps.

answered Jan 23, 2019 by Tyrion anex
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