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Dan Sumner 2022 WAC - Reviewing Export Statistics

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PHYEPS30 Lecture 17 (First Part)

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Workshop 7: Automating Your Analyses and Executing Long-Running Analyses on Remote Computers

This workshop will show attendees how to automate their analyses using shell scripts, as well as run and manage software that takes minutes, hours, or days to execute. We’ll also show you how…

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UFWH 2021 - Caroline Long_Food Security and the California Nutrition Incentive Program

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Apr 13 Q&A Sp21

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ECS 150 - Discussion - Makefile

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PHY 255 Lecture 4 (Second Part) Lecture 5 (First Part)

Econophysics PHY 255 Lecture 4 (Second Part) Lecture 5 (First Part)

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ARE/ECN 115A: Income

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ECN 1B: Lecture 11 - Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply (Part 1 of 3)

Lecture 11 (Chapter 15): Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply (Part 1 of 3)

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Section 1.6 Prob 34

Writing a recursive relation; plotting the resulting sequence; adjusting parameters and observing effects; spreadsheet tricks

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ESP 168a: Video 4.2 - Cost Benefit Analysis 1

Discounting and Net Present Value

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ESP 168a: Video 6.2 - Risk and Uncertainty

Risk Aversion

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ESP 168a: Video 4.3: Cost Benefit Analysis 1

Environmental Valuation , Ecosystem Services

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ESP168a: Video 4.2: - Cost Benefit Analysis 1

Discounting and Net Present Value

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BIS180L Lecture 9

BIS180L: Introduction to Shiny

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BIS180L Lecture3b For Loops

BIS180L Lecture 3, part 2. Using for loops at the Linux command line to automate repetitive tasks.

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