I wrote an open-source python library to run Monte-Carlo simulations. Check it out on github!

Introducing the ‘monaco’ Monte-Carlo Python Library

At the heart of all serious forecasting, whether that be of elections, the spread of pandemics, weather, or the path of a lander on its way to Mars, is a statistical tool known as the Monte-Carlo method. The Monte-Carlo method, named for the rolling of the dice at the famous Monte Carlo casino located in the […]

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