function y = laprnd(m, n, mu, sigma)
%LAPRND generate i.i.d. laplacian random number drawn from laplacian distribution
% with mean mu and standard deviation sigma.
% mu : mean
% sigma : standard deviation
% [m, n] : the dimension of y.
% Default mu = 0, sigma = 1.
% For more information, refer to
% http://en.wikipedia.org./wiki/Laplace_distribution

Dear U helped very much. I got what i was doing for 2 days. Thank you very much

11 Apr 2008

Nishank Pathak

Thanks

02 Sep 2007

Osman Gulseven

Does the Job

02 May 2007

Abdellatif Salah

well done

19 Jan 2007

John D'Errico

It does what it says. Its vectorized, well coded, with good help, some error checks (ok, it does not check for sigma<0, nor worry about the shapes of its arguments), it has default values for the parameters, an H1 line, a reference to wikipedia. These are all things I like very much to see.

In my obsessive drive for completeness, I'd want to see also tools for the pdf, cdf, and inverse cdf. I wanted to rate this about a 4.5 as is.