Final Panera post: My thoughts on the Panera Theory

Hi everyone! It’s time for my last blog post discussing Brian Fallon’s ‘Panera Theory’. Thanks for bearing with me as I meandered through the wonderful world of Stata this summer; I’m tremendously grateful to the Charles Center for its financial support of my research, and I feel as if I’m walking away from the Freshman Monroe grant with a greater appreciation (and understanding) of statistical modeling. I certainly intend on pursuing more sophisticated research along these lines in the future so I’m very pleased I was able to get a little experience and familiarity with the statistical techniques necessary for further research. But anyways, let’s talk about Panera!

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Second Panera post: Fun with Stata!

Hello everyone! It’s been about a month and a half since I last posted on this site; I apologize for my tardiness, but my enrollment in a summer computer science class here at the College in June took up much more of my time than I’d anticipated. Luckily though, I’ve made some decent progress on my project!

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First Panera post of the summer!

Hi everyone! This is my first blog post for the summer and I’m excited to discuss some of my project’s progress.

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Abstract: Analyzing the Panera Theory through Mathematical Modeling

Hi everyone! I’m so excited to start my research, as my passion for both mathematics and government lend themselves well to this project. My abstract for my freshman Monroe summer research is as follows:

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