- Send Figure 3 and 4 with stock dynamics to Paul.
Detailed to do items coming out of talk filed as Github Issues for pdg-control (policycosts)
- Comparisons between assumed and true policy costs (Figure 5 style but as a Table)
- Snappier, more meaningful names for “L1”, “L2” etc
- Write real-world context/significance of L1, L2, fixed, etc.
- Add graph & discussion of stock dynamics for Fig 3 & 4
- Figure 5 interpretation
- Fix boundary issues in Figure 4
- Resolve confusion about apples-to-apples / definition of NPV0
- Resolve cost structure question
- On functional forms, drop ALL asymmetric cases for now.
Round 1 revisions sent to Lucy and Alan.
At Simone’s invitation, I’m running a little session on workflow in git/Github, Rstudio, and knitr for the Mangel lab group. A quick brainstorm for an outline:
A first tutorial
- Create a new repository on Github
- launch an RStudio session, select create new project
- Add the
git@url to the project, select a local directory, hit “create”
- In Rstudio, create new R Markdown file.
- Editing the file. Hit “Knit HTML” button.
- add the files to git: git tab, check boxes.
- commit the .Rmd and md files, and push files to Github.
Viewing files on github.
Navigating Github: Project directory, viewing
.mdfiles, raw mode, viewing history of a file, getting permanent links to specific versions.
10: Github extras: using issues. (Referencing issues in commits)
Recovering a deleted file.
Git More Advanced
- Create a gh-pages branch and add the html generated from the Rstudio/knitr. (Covers branching & webpage hosting on github)
- Create a github homepage
- Merging changes, resolving conflicts.
- collaborating via github.
- why sha hashes are awesome
- private repositories
- Repo Readmes
- Managing references. Sharing collections (Mendeley)
- References in markdown. Pandoc. (knitcitations?)
- Managing data. Figshare.
- Social media for science.