Hello all, I recently completed an undergraduate research project with Warwick’s Data Science Society. I had an idea to compare simulation to analytic methods while writing an essay for one of my economics modules and I was so impressed with Julia’s
Agents package* that I decided it would be worth using it for the project.
As it was an undergraduate student led project it’s not come to any grand conclusions, but my hope is that it serves to introduce people who only know about one side to the other side, and hopefully encourage some Julia usage in my university.
You can find the article here: Computational Approach to Evolutionary Game Theory | Research @ WDSS
If anyone has any feedback on the code or the approach I’d love to hear it, and I welcome discussion.
Interestingly, in order to create the plots used in the article I also ended up laying the groundwork for a package for ternary diagrams which some people have already helped contribute to.
*It’s probably the best documented package I’ve ever used.