We’re Canadians: you say modeling, we say modelling

The title of this post is a brief note to help you remember the blog address. Throughout the blog we use modelling in favour of the American spelling.

Figure 1. Rounding up the elk with hockey sticks: an emphatically Canadian approach to data collection. In the background is Warden's Rock marking the eastern boundary of Banff National Park.

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About Amy Hurford

I am a theoretical biologist. I became aware of mathematical biology as an undergraduate when I conducted an internet search to learn about the topic. Now, twelve years later, I want to know, what is it that makes great models great? This blog is the chronology of my thoughts as I explore this topic.

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