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Slides from MathPsych 2018: [.html](http://www.davekleinschmidt.com/dots-contexts-recall-prediction/mathpsych-2018-slides.slides.html), [.ipynb](https://osf.io/vbhna/) Julia code: [`Particles.jl`](https://github.com/kleinschmidt/Particles.jl) library, [modeling code for this project](https://github.com/kleinschmidt/dots-contexts-recall-prediction/blob/master/modeling.jl) The versions of the Julia packages used are recorded in the Manifest.toml file, so all you need to do is clone the repository, check out the appropriate commit, and then do `julia --project=. -e "using Pkg; Pkg.instantiate()"` (using Julia 1.0 or later) Results from the simulations for the talk are stored in the `results/` directory in OSF storage, and generated by scripts in `analyses/`; to re-create the slides, paper, or poster figures you'll need to clone the repository from github (or download it from OSF) and download the `results/` directory into it.
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