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Quick Hit on Replication

“Quick”…hopefully quicker than the last one as I’m fading fast.

I can tell you right now that there are parts of the Imperial model we’re just going to borrow, not rederive…at least for version 1. 616 more words

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Imperial Model Quick Update

It’s just been over a week since I blogged last and a lot has been going on, not just in this replication effort. Zoe had a remote, prerecorded Zoom gig (which I’ve been helping out with) and tons of other things. 1,460 more words

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Scaling the Imperial Model

We’re at the point where we have two population density models (Landscan for various years and ONS census data for local authorities projected onto a Landscan like grid). 1,244 more words

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Imperial Model Structure: Workplaces (Part II)

Caveat: These are working blog posts with a lot of “thinking aloud”. I’m a computer science academic studying the engineering of agent based models, not an epidemiologist. 1,193 more words

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Imperial Model Structure: Workplaces (Part I)

Caveat: These are working blog posts with a lot of “thinking aloud”. I’m a computer science academic studying the engineering of agent based models, not an epidemiologist. 918 more words

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Ferguson Resigns from SAGE

Oh damn:

The epidemiologist credited with convincing the UK government to abandon thoughts of pursuing herd immunity in favour of physical distancing has resigned amid allegations he breached lockdown rules.

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Imperial Model Structure: School Allocation

Caveat: These are working blog posts with a lot of “thinking aloud”. I’m a computer science academic studying the engineering of agent based models, not an epidemiologist. 849 more words

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