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Building An Agent-Based Model with Python for Ant Foraging

When we survey the behaviors of ants, we shall be amazed by their collective wisdom and their massive construction. African ants can build a nest that is 6 or 7 meters tall. Their nests not only can be 100 times to an individual ant, the patterns of the nests are sophisticated too. Do they all follow a grand blueprint for construction? Now let’s observe how they search for food. They start…




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The Dataman articles are my reflections on data science and teaching notes at Columbia University

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