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David R. Pugh

A Data Scientist at KAUST Core Labs and Associate Fellow with the Institute of New Economics Thinking (INET) at University of Oxford.

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Python package for solving assortative matching models with two-sided heterogeneity. The source code for the pyAM package is hosted on GitHub.


Assuming you have pip on your computer (as will be the case if you’ve installed Anaconda) you can install the latest stable release of pyam by typing

    $ pip install pyam

at a terminal prompt.