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Symbulate: Probability Simulations in Python

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Is it possible to make simulation code match the language of probability? Symbulate is a Python library developed with this goal in mind. In Symbulate, probability spaces, random variables, and random processes are symbolic objects which can be manipulated, independently of their simulated realizations. The talk will address the design and technical challenges of the software, as well as the use of the library in teaching undergraduate data science students.

This talk is part of the Data Science and Computational Statistics Seminar series.

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