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There is no direct method in GPS for sampling the position distribution following 2(3) 1-D histogram distribution in X/Y(/Z). However there is a possible solution by combining the plane distribution and biasing:
1) Define the position distibution as in a plane type /gps/pos/type Plane /gps/pos/shape Rectangle /gps/pos/centre x y z cm (from you should be able to work out the values) /gps/pos/halfx X cm /gps/pos/halfy Y cm (again, you should know what X,Y are)
2) Force the GPS to sample the X,Y position following the 2 1D histograms /gps/hist/type biasx /gps/hist/point x1 p1 ... /gps/hist/type biasy /gps/hist/point y1,d1 ...
Have not tried it myself, but I think it should work.
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