For the assosciated homeworks, please go to our github organization, which lists all of them. Instructions contained within.
Much of the below material is derived from the excellent QuantEcon project. Thanks to the entire team for making this material available. Each quantecon-derived notebook will clearly indicate that on top.
You can look at the material in a variety of formats. All content is created as
IJulia notebooks, which you can edit on your computer, and from those notebooks I create
html rendered versions,
Most of those are HTML slides. You should be connected to the internet to look at them.
IJulia notebooks that I rendered for you. You cannot enter code into those (you can interact with some graphics though). For the actual notebooks, please see next section.
You can download those to follow along with the steps I'll be doing in class. You will need to run the notebook either through jupyter or by calling
notebook() from within Julia. There is a link to access the quantecon version wherever applicable.
You should only worry about this section if you want to rebuild the site yourself.
#python #latex #ruby pip install jupyter pip install pandoc
in the root of this repo do
rake # builds all rake html # builds only html rake slides # builds slides rake offline # builds offline slides; mathjax doesn't work properly offline.