Simulating correlated random variables in Python

In my previous Medium story (https://oscarnieves100.medium.com/simulating-normal-random-numbers-in-python-18a2a21a1329) I discussed how to simulate normal random numbers with specific mean and variance properties by using something called the Box-Muller method. The idea was to take a set of independently sampled uniform random numbers, and convert them into normal random numbers by using a transformation…

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