in my simulation i use the duniform() distribution but i don´t really know which distribution it is.
So I don´t know if it's the right one and my professor could not give me information about it.
But in my lecture i have to explain the other students the duniform() distribution and why i used it.
My question is: is the duniform() distirbution in ED the same as the Uniform distribution?
(The d in beginning of duniform() irritates me very much :/)
I would be very very glad to receive an answer.
The d in front of the dUniform is indeed there to "irritate" or in other words to tell you it's not a normal uniform distribution.
The dUniform returns a discrete number (hence the "d"). You can use Uniform to get a non-discrete number.
If you want more information, you can place the cursor in the command and press the F1-button. This will open the help and the related topic, where additional information can be found.
I hope this helps you further!