# Speeding up agent-based simulations with data frames in R

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In health economics it is common to use agent-based simulations for exploring epidemiological models, prevention policies, and clinical interventions, among other things. In C++ I enjoy using object-oriented design to build these agent-based models. It feels so natural. In R, … Continue reading
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