Labs should be in PDF format with all figures, code, and any other materials included. The filename should follow the recipe lab#_(lastname)(firstinitial).pdf, without the parentheses. Also, make sure to include an email address I can return your graded labs to.

The labs are due at the beginning the next lab unless noted otherwise.


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Week 7

lab 7

Week 6

lab 6

Week 4

lab 4
Markov chain text generator (for fun)

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Week 1

lab 1

You may have noticed that the equation for $I_t$ in the lab was different than the one Fred derived in class. This is because there was a pretty egregious typo in the lab. Sorry about that! It the equation was correct in the code, so don't worry too much about it if you didn't catch it. The correct equation is $$I_t = \frac{3}{4}\left[I_t + \frac{1}{2}\color{red}{I_t}\color{black}(1-I_t/20)\right].$$