I don't have time to give a detailed example, but if it were me I'd create a dummy variable to hold what you want to plot (e.g., a point that's created in anjessieabbate
Hi, You can use the below code to pick from a uniform random distribution, then assign your variables based on your specific threshold. For example, Ifelse
I'm trying to track the changes in two variables on a plot. My model goes through 100,000+ ticks and currently I get a plot line for all 100,000+ ticks. Thenightwanderer@ymail.com
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