## Chow tests with quadratic terms on random noise

Stata code: Output: In related news, Andrew Gelman is right.

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## Chow tests with quadratic terms on random noise

## A Cool SQL Problem (And Why It Is Also a Bullshit SQL Problem)

## Stream Python into PowerPoint with pp_stream

## Execute Python from Excel

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Stata code: Output: In related news, Andrew Gelman is right.

The Problem Your office needs to figure out the minimum number of rooms required to organize meetings for any particular day. To accomplish this task, you have a table with the following information: a meeting ID, a start time, and an end time: For any table of that format, figure out the number of rooms … Continue reading A Cool SQL Problem (And Why It Is Also a Bullshit SQL Problem)

I like Python, don’t get me wrong, but it’s not Microsoft PowerPointâ„¢, which is clearly the superior software in every way. Unfortunately, my managers don’t agree with me. When I do things in PowerPoint, they ask things like, “why aren’t you working?” and “why did we ever hire you?” Alas, I’m stuck working in Python. … Continue reading Stream Python into PowerPoint with pp_stream

Python is great, Excel is great. How cool would it be to run Python from an Excel workbook? “But that’s stupid,” you protest. … Yes, and? Copy and paste this into a VBA module in your Excel workbook, modify the parameters, create a helloworld.py in the same directory you’ve saved the Excel file, and enjoy. … Continue reading Execute Python from Excel