## Homepage for Quantifying Life: A Symbiosis of Computation, Mathematics, and Biology

This textbook introduces quantitative modeling for biological questions using R programming to make the concepts concrete. The modeling topics include basic mathematics (functions), descriptive statistics, basic probability, estimation of means, hypothesis testing for independence, Bayesian approach, linear and nonlinear least-squares fitting, Markov models, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, difference equations, differential equations, fixed points and stabillity.

The links below contain resources for students and instructors.

- data files
- R scripts
- errata
- problem sets and solutions (for instructors)

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