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Tag Archives: model construction
Ablation, scars and insights from parameter lumping
This is quite a long post elaborating on a bit of work I’ve been doing with Greg Morley and his group, which was published in Scientific Reports. I hope it provides an accessible introduction to a fairly complicated set of experiments … Continue reading
Is your model really ‘comprehensive’?
I’ve noticed more and more papers using the phrase “comprehensive model”. This phrase grates every time, and this post is about why. I thought this might just be me getting old and grumpy, so I plotted the mentions of the … Continue reading
Posted in Blog, Model Development, Silly
Tagged model comparison, model construction, Models, opinion, Silly, validation
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Job Advert
A quick shameless plug for a job we are advertising. This is a 3 year postdoctoral position to work with me in the Computational Biology Group in the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford. It would best suit someone … Continue reading
Posted in Future developments
Tagged inference, inverse problem, job, model comparison, model construction, parameter fitting, uncertainty
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Hypotheses on hypotheses on …
(Subtitle: building on foundations of unknown shakiness?) In a lot of fields, a new mathematical model is constructed for each problem, and the model is an encoding of the quantitative rules of the hypothesis you are testing. The model is … Continue reading