About a week ago, we were excited to announce the result of an overhauled set of Julia lectures.
As a part of that process, we created some new Julia packages to be described here. We hope that you’ll find these useful in your own quantitative Julia work.
A common problem in economics is, given a random variable X, take its expectation (or the expectation of some function f(X)). For example, the outcomes of the McCall model depend on the expectation of the wage distribution.
Julia has excellent support for creating and sampling from distributions:
using Distributions, Statistics, LinearAlgebra dist =…
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