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DIY Macroeconomic Modelling on a Raspberry Pi

Andrew Blake.

Enthusiasts use the tiny Raspberry Pi computers for many things.  Fun ones include garage door opening, retro gaming, a voice-activated tea maker, live images from near-space and even a GPS kitten tracker.  These computers are primarily educational but do anything a normal computer does, so users also send email, play Minecraft, program and (it turns out) do macroeconomic modelling.

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