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Check the time needed to evaluate the model with one input set to random mode.
This refers to the method whether or not to discard the sample generated previously and start over. Ticking the box means that the generated sample is discard and may be selected again for the next sampling.
This sampling method is especially useful for simulating possible results from a set of limited input, thus provide more certainty to the results.
This refers to the seed used in the random number generation.
This refers to how many samples the users want to base the simulation on. If the number of samples to generate is set at a large number, which will give a more precise result, the tool takes longer time to perform the calculation. The time length varies between different web browser. If it takes very long, it is advisable to empty the automatic calculation box on the front page and click the calculate button once the user finished entering all required inputs so the tool will not have to repeat running the simulation.
This refers to the actual number of samples generated to calculate the output. Generally, the more samples generated, the more precise the result is.
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