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Add "Analyzing a Non-Parametric Reform" cookbook recipe #2327

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This pull request adds a Python Cookbook recipe that illustrates how to customize the Calculator class so that it can analyze a non-parametric reform (that is, a reform that cannot be characterized using existing policy parameters). It uses standard object-oriented programming techniques to analyze a reform that is similar to (but not exactly like) the Cost-of-Living Refund proposal to replace the EITC, which was discussed recently in issue #2305.

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@martinholmer martinholmer changed the title Add "Analyzing Non-Parametric Reforms" cookbook recipe Add "Analyzing a Non-Parametric Reform" cookbook recipe May 19, 2019

@martinholmer martinholmer removed the WIP label May 20, 2019

@martinholmer martinholmer merged commit 66b950c into PSLmodels:master May 20, 2019

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