Tag: Mathematica Code

Built a website using GitHub pages

Thanks to the wonderful guidance of Hashir Shoaib (https://github.com/hashirshoaeb), I finally manage to use GitHub pages to built a portfolio for my recent projects: https://jamelsaadaoui.github.io/home/. Feel free to…

Natural Resources Economics with Mathematica

Today, let me draw your attention to a very interesting book: Natural Resource Economics. Analysis, Theory, and Applications by Jon M. Conrad, Cornell University, New York, Daniel Rondeau, University of Victoria,…

Illustrating that the sample variance bias decreases with the sample size using R and Mathematica

In my previous blog, I recall that we can demonstrate in a few steps that the sample variance is an unbiased estimator of the population variance when we…

Illustrating the sample variance bias with R and Mathematica

In my previous blog, I recall that we can demonstrate in a few steps that the sample variance is an unbiased estimator of the population variance when we…

Producing a Stata code for a simple Monte Carlo simulation with an AI programming assistant

Great news! Wolfram Research has launched a new function that could help to write a code in various languages: https://resources.wolframcloud.com/FunctionRepository/resources/AIAssistant/ This function requires that you have an account…

The fragility of an incomplete monetary union with Mathematica

In this blog, I will show how to build a model of the fragility of an incomplete monetary union. The idea is to find the optimal inflation rule…

A few thoughts about the euro

This is it! You now need 1 dollar to buy 1 euro. To get this picture below, I used the FRED connection with Mathematica 13.1, as I explained…

A simple model of the determination of the GDP with Mathematica

In this blog, I will show how to build a simple model of the determination of the GDP with government and trade. The idea is to find the…

Using FRED with Mathematica

It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts. Sherlock Holmes.A…

Moments of a discrete distribution with Mathematica

One way to convince some students that it is simple to demonstrate the value of the two first moments of a discrete distribution is to use Mathematica and…