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`> (Cuu = length((A*B)[A > 0 & B > 0])) # Coincidence count of (+,+) events`

[1] 22615

> (Cdd = length((A*B)[A < 0 & B < 0])) # Coincidence count of (-,-) events

[1] 22781

> (Cud = length((A*B)[A > 0 & B < 0])) # Coincidence count of (+,-) events

[1] 3590

> (Cdu = length((A*B)[A < 0 & B > 0])) # Coincidence count of (-,+) events

[1] 3612

> (N = Cuu + Cdd + Cud + Cdu + Cou + Cod + Cuo + Cdo + Coo)

[1] 52598

> (corrs = (Cuu + Cdd - Cud - Cdu) / N)

[1] 0.7261493

> (corrs = (Cuu + Cdd - Cud - Cdu) / (Cuu + Cdd + Cud + Cdu))

[1] 0.7261493

You can now change i and j to any values to check that all results check out for any choices of the angles alpha and beta (needless to say, no looping is needed here).

The bottom line is that there are no "0 outcomes", either in the theoretical 3-sphere model, or in its latest simulation. This can be verified by anyone, for any given pair of fixed angles alpha and beta, chosen freely by Alice and Bob, as demonstrated here: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=179&p=4847#p4847.

Bell "theorem" is thus a blue parrot. It ain't just restin... It is theorem no more. It is an EX theorem.