I spoke with Michael Kirker yesterday. He mentioned that you had been working with PyCharm in class. I've installed the community edition on Acropolis. This can be launched from the menu in VNC or by typing "pycharm" in the command line. Hopefully this will be a little more convenient for your students.
thanks for the opportunity to speak to your class and to advertise
some of my ongoing projects. It would be great to hear whether there
is any motivated graduate student with good training in empirical /
computational methods, who would be interested to work as a research
assistant. I will pay competitively and the time commitment is about
10 hours a week. The time horizon is from now to the fall and if
successful can easily be extended. There can be possibly more than one
Knowledge of Matlab (or the ability to learn it quickly) is required.
Diligence and thoroughness is required.
Knowledge of the I.O. literature is a plus.
It would be exciting if outside people could see what we are doing and who are participating in our projects on Github. To make that possible, please do the following adjustments on Github, which is also described here: https://help.github.com/articles/publicizing-or-hiding-organization-membership/
Thanks so much and please let us know if you have any questions!
Please find our course evaluation here: survey
As we mentioned in class, the second question was asked by Prof. Hortacsu and thus please make sure you opinions are reflected there.
Since your opinions will be relevant for the department to decide whether to offer the course again next year, we are very appreciated for your participation! Thanks indeed!
We have got seven replies from you and thank you so much for the participation!
Philipp will send your responses to Prof. Hortascu this Sunday. Therefore, for the rest who haven't replied, please help us fill the survey at your earliest convenience: survey
Thanks again and see you around!