Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples

(bn) A vector of N values is extracted from a (most often marginal)
node according to different ways to serve as value(s) when further
generating a simulation design.

The possibilities depends on the
node: root, distribution...

The result depends also on the nature
of the variable ( numeric or character).

1 |

`bn` |
The original bn. |

`ion` |
indicates the unique node from which values must be returned (iin or name). |

`N` |
number of values to extract. |

`type` |
The way to extract the values: "U" for equally spaced
along the plausible range (numeric) "R" for randomly drawn from the
distribution (this applies only for root nodes), "P" for proportional
to the distribution (this applies only for numeric root nodes and
when the distribution is a standard case where R provides the
cumulative distribution. |

Notice that the result can be random, so it is advisable to monitor the pseudo-random seed value. Multivariate nodes are accepted and their variables are considered as independent nodes.

The resulting vector of values (in fact a matrix with as many columns as variables in the node, and N rows).

1 2 3 | ```
rebastaba3k("RESET"); # (only for R checking)
plan0(rebastaba.bn2, 1);
plan0(rebastaba.bn2, 2);
``` |

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