Playing with the US Population

August 6, 2017
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Here’s an app that illustrates how fertility and death rates impact the US age structure diagram over time.  The app uses a simple population model to forecast the US age structure in 100 years, starting from 2010 census data and user-selected fertility and death rates.

You can find and play with the app at https://johnyagecic.shinyapps.io/AgeStructureShiny/

E-mail [email protected] for the R code.

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