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I was trying to resample (with replacement) my database using 'bootstrap' in Matlab as follows:
D = load('Data.txt'); lead = D(:,1); depth = D(:,2); X = D(:,3); Y = D(:,4);
%Bootstraping to resample 100 times [resampling100,bootsam] = bootstrp(100,'corr',lead,depth);
%plottig the bootstraping result as histogram hist(resampling100,10); ... ... ... ... ... ...
Though the script written above is correct, I wonder how I would be able to see/load the resampled 100 datasets created through bootstrap? 'bootsam(:)' display the indices of the data/values selected for the bootstrap samples, but not the new sample values!! Isn't it funny that I'm creating fake data from my original data and I can't even see what is created behind the scene?!?
My second question: is it possible to resample the whole matrix (in this case, D) altogether without using any function? However, I know how to create random values from a vector data using 'unidrnd'.
Thanks in advance for your help.
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