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How well do experience curves predict technological progress? A method for making distributional forecasts
We presented a method to test the accuracy and validity of experience curve forecasts.
Predicting the evolution of technology allow us to make better investments and policies.
Complementary of the cumulative distribution function of the number of clicks a news receives for the ten assets.
Distribution of sentiment polarity for the 260 detected Twitter peaks
Daily tweet volume for each party around elections
The growth dynamics of countries in the fitness-income plane exhibits a high degree of heterogeneity.
Price dynamics incorporates the strategies of traders and investors in the market.
We introduce a novel method to define a self-consistent and non-monetary metrics for the competitiveness of countries.
Graphical illustration of the analysis presented in this paper.