# Tag: Wolfram Alpha

## How to use the Wolfram Language in a Jupyter Notebook (100th blog)

It is my 100th blog on EconMacro! I tried to provide some tips to access to knowledge all along these blogs. The idea is to try to make…

## Using the moment generating functions to find moments: a simple example

The moment generating function can be quite obscure for students. We have a definition here. Quite obscure, isn’t it! In this blog, I will show a simple example…

## A simple proof of Cobb-Douglas production function can be obtained from CES production function with Wolfram Alpha

In my previous post, we saw that we can derive Cobb-Douglas production function from CES production function when the elasticity of substitution is equal to zero. In this…

## Visualizing CES production functions with Wolfram Alpha

In this post, I will show how it is simple to visualize CES production functions with Wolfram Alpha. I build upon the very pedagogical YouTube video of Klaus…

## Visualizing production functions with Wolfram Alpha

In this post, I will show how it is simple to visualize production functions with Wolfram Alpha. I build upon the very pedagogical YouTube video of Klaus Prettner…

## Skewness in Wolfram Alpha: Clearly Explained!

The positional average known as the skewness allows you to assess the symmetry of a distribution. When the skewness is to zero, then the distribution is symmetric. You…

## Why is Big-O of any constant always equal to O(1)? Clearly explained!

The Big-O notation may seem quite obscure when you see it for the first time. A good way to intuitively understand this notation is to consider the case…