You can use `rand()`

to generate a random number between 0 and 1:

```
julia> rand()
0.45228937995996965
```

and you can generate a 2-element random vector with `rand(2)`

:

```
julia> rand(2)
2-element Array{Float64,1}:
0.5299598174026356
0.13314274980488228
```

You can generate a list of random vectors using a list comprehension:

```
julia> [rand(2) for _ in 1:5]
5-element Array{Array{Float64,1},1}:
[0.931461404102448, 0.14979258911851256]
[0.30356330980471347, 0.3357467250045538]
[0.5851807158436648, 0.264789888558719]
[0.36648327079645826, 0.730164220941981]
[0.4670939298076662, 0.9425081883161783]
```

Or, if you want a more efficient solution, you can create random SVectors using StaticArrays.jl:

```
julia> using StaticArrays
julia> rand(SVector{2, Float64}, 5)
5-element Array{SArray{Tuple{2},Float64,1,2},1}:
[0.926329220599331, 0.48102301661919555]
[0.5606673579437782, 0.017517785007929332]
[0.9727391327916786, 0.27827197467782905]
[0.6926174031582435, 0.5357200141460445]
[0.9677270267237157, 0.8883903773952777]
```