Quite productive 2021?

We have started the year by finishing the series of posts on the anomalous diffusion in voter model. The series featured one more recent endeavor with Rytis Kazakevičius and one "forgotten" paper written for my postdoctoral project. We also went back to the topic of the opinion dynamics and have talked about supportive interactions and partisan voting. We have finished the year by exploring various time series models leading us up to ARFIMA model.

All in all, Physics Risk had 33 posts in 2021 (-8 posts in comparison to 2021). 17 of the posts were filled under interactive models tag.

Number of posts written in English and still available on this siteFig 1.The number of posts written in English and still available on this iteration of Physics of Risk. The wide bars represent total number of posts for each year since 2010, while the narrower bars represent a number of posts with 'Interactive models' tag.

I guess my tempo is dropping a bit as I am running out of easy to make and interesting enough material. Some of the things I am doing now are not easy to implement in JavaScript (even in C/Python I have to rely on 3rd-party libraries to do the heavy-lifting stuff) and to show off to the broader public in the usual Physics of Risk style. And while there are interesting things I could still show you, most of them are not of the immediate interest to me, so it is hard to find strength and time to continue. I guess a new style will need to be invented.