Welcome to econsa’s documentation!

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I prefer true but imperfect knowledge, even if it leaves much undetermined and unpredictable, to a pretence of exact knowledge that is likely to be false.

– Friedrich von Hayek, Nobel Prize Lecture

econsa is an open-source package for economists that facilitates the sound analysis of computational economic models. It offers suitable methods for uncertainty propagation and global sensitivity analysis.

With conda available on your path, installing and testing econsa is as simple as typing

$ conda install -c opensourceeconomics econsa
$ python -c "import econsa; econsa.test()"

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