This is a periodic newsletter of the interesting things we’ve seen and what we are thinking about in open source policy analysis.

How would your taxes change under Joe Biden’s campaign tax proposal? Writing in AEIdeas, Peter Metz (Harvard), Kyle Pomerleau (AEI), and Grant M. Seiter (AEI) take a tour of the Tax-Cruncher-Biden* web application. Link

“Demo Days” series at the Policy Simulation Library* (PSL) features Tax-Cruncher.* In the latest PSL Demo Day, Peter Metz demonstrated Tax-Cruncher using two simulations on Compute Studio. Link

ParamTools* at PyData Global. Hank Doupe (Compute Tooling) presented on ParamTools* at the PyData Global conference. ParamTools

An open-source model for renewable energy generation and revenue. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has developed an open-source energy generation model to estimate renewable energy output and the financial viability of installation locations. Link

* These projects are attendees or graduates of OSPC’s incubator program.

Edited by Matt Jensen and Jacob Chuslo