Instructions to use Faure sequence code
Download the following files to the src sub-directory within your main Gauss directory: Faure.src, Faure.ext, and Faure.dec.
Add the following lines in your Gauss.lcg file in the �Gauss\lib� sub-directory
faure.dec
_scram : matrix
rdigit : matrix
bm : matrix
_norm : matrix
rshift : matrix
prim : matrix
maxdigit : matrix
seedgen : matrix
seedvec : matrix
faure.src
faure : proc
digitize : proc
Download the file labeled "faurgen.gau". Make changes to the number of draws and number of dimensions as needed (currently the number of draws is set to 25 and the number of dimensions is set to 5). Also, change the path designation appropriately in lines 41, 43, 47, 49, 53 and 55 of this file (as written, the Gauss program is assumed to be in the c: directory of your computer). Finally, be sure to create a \data sub-directory within your Gauss directory. Then run the program faurgen.gau in Gauss.
The sequence will be written to one of the following files depending on inputs:
�Gauss\data\faurrsn�: Random Shift Scrambled Faure sequence with no scrambling across observations (rshift = 1, rdigit = 0, _srcam = 0).
�Gauss\data\faurrsy�: Random Shift Scrambled Faure sequence with scrambling across observations (rshift = 1, rdigit = 0, _srcam = 1).
�Gauss\data\faurrdn�: Random Digit Scrambled Faure sequence with no scrambling across observations (rshift = 0, rdigit = 1, _srcam = 0).
�Gauss\data\faurrdy�: Random Digit Scrambled Faure sequence with scrambling across observations (rshift = 0, rdigit = 1, _srcam = 1).
�Gauss\data\faurstn�: Standard Faure sequence with no scrambling across observations (rshift = 0, rdigit = 0, _srcam = 0).
�Gauss\data\faursty�: Standard Faure sequence with scrambling across observations (rshift = 0, rdigit = 0, _srcam = 1).