Andrés Aravena

Improving peoples' lives through Teaching, Scientific Research, and Engineering. Applied Math, Data Mining, Machine Learning, Bioinformatics


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Fundamental Mathematics for Life Sciences

Computing in Molecular Biology

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Course Homepage: Fundamental Mathematics for Life Sciences

Jul 11, 2019 - 513 words

Do you want to extract more value from your data? Do you know how to interpret your results? Do you want to choose the best program to analyze your data? Come to Şirince in September to learn how.

CMB2: The Biologist Toolbox: Simulating Systems on the computer

Apr 4, 2019 - 1832 words

Once we have a description of a system, and a nice drawing to represent it, we can answer some interesting questions. The first question is usually what will happen? In other words, we usually want to know what is the behavior of the system?.

CMB2: The Biologist Toolbox: Drawing Systems

Mar 26, 2019 - 560 words

Can we represent a complex system in a simple and easy to understand way that is still realistic enough to be useful? The graphical representation that we discuss here, based Petri nets, can be used to summarize a dynamical system and can easily translated into a simulation.

Course Homepage: Computing in Molecular Biology 2

Feb 9, 2019 - 1165 words

This course is an introduction to Computational Thinking. We will use the tools we learned in the previous course and apply them to model and simulate scientific experiments as a way to understand them.

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