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Generally, I always find my way back to sample size calculations. Or simulating an effect size of some sort. There's really no cookbook for it. So, I google until I find something useful.

Do you know how to do this in SAS? If so it is just the same principles.

There are some packages that can create synthetic data comparable to your own data frame, which is interesting, but not necessary. I will post an interest toy example I stumble upon a couple of weeks ago.

Also, @spunky teaches a class on data simulation and love his copulas.

Copulas are life

Do you know how to do this in SAS? If so it is just the same principles.

There are some packages that can create synthetic data comparable to your own data frame, which is interesting, but not necessary. I will post an interest toy example I stumble upon a couple of weeks ago.

Copulas are love

Copulas are life

Copulas are life

That is what I would like to be able to do.

If you're looking for a package/suite to help with more structured simulations out of the box, maybe this can be of some help:

https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/SimDesign/index.html