Cycles in finite populations: A reproducible seminar in three acts

November 1, 2011 | 0 Comments

For this years Halloween I presented the mathematical biology seminar at the Centre for Mathematical Biology. Here is the title and the abstract… Cycles in finite populations: a reproducible seminar in three acts Many natural populations exhibit cyclic fluctuations. Explaining the underlying … Continue reading → [Read more...]

GillespieSSA 0.5-1 is released

January 15, 2008 | 0 Comments

I just uploaded GillespieSSA 0.5-1 to CRAN. Now it’s just a matter of days before it has propagated itself across all CRAN mirrors. This version consists primarily of revisions I made in response to the reviewer comments on the paper … Continue reading →
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Implementing the stochastic simulation algorithm in R

September 8, 2007 | 0 Comments

Dear blog, no I have not forgot you or the rest of the world. Sequestered in my humble cubicle I have been hammering away day and night for the last several weeks – hammering out a manuscript. Finally after what … Continue reading →
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Programing as a higher craft

August 11, 2007 | 0 Comments

In his keynote speech at the useR! meeting John Chambers of Statistics research at Bell Labs (one of the founders of the S System, which subsequently gave rise to the R project) asked the question what is programing? As it … Continue reading →
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