**T**he function *pimax* from our package mcsm is used in to reproduce Figure 5.11 of our book *Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R*. (The name comes from using the Pima Indian R benchmark as the reference dataset.) I got this email from Josué

I ran the ‘pimax’ example from the mcsm manual, and it gave me the following message:

> pimax(Nsim = 10^3)

Error in raaj[t, ] = apply(as.matrix(aas), 1, margap) :

number of items to replace is not a multiple of replacement length

> pimax()

Error in raaj[t, ] = apply(as.matrix(aas), 1, margap) :

number of items to replace is not a multiple of replacement length

but when running pimax(10^2) on my machine I did get the following picture and no error message. So I wonder if this is a matter of version of R or something else…

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