EEB C119A / C219A:
Mathematical and computational modeling
in ecology
Introduction to
programming
Professor Jamie Lloyd-Smith
January 23, 2014
What is a computer program?
A computer program is just a set of instructions we provide the
computer to get it

EEB C119A / C219A:
Mathematical and computational modeling
in ecology
Introduction to functions
and
simulating ODE models
Professor Jamie Lloyd-Smith
January 30, 2014
Programming your own functions
Writing your own functions is the most powerful way to ma

Mathematical and computational modeling
in ecology
EEB C119A / EEB C219A
EEB C119A/219A Mathematical and Computational Modeling in Ecology
Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. 4 units
Requisites: Math 3B/31A
Recommended: Math 3C, EEB 100, 122, LS 1

EEB C119A / C219A:
Mathematical and computational modeling
in ecology
Model formulation
and
Population growth in discrete time
Professor Jamie Lloyd-Smith
January 9, 2014
Announcements
Problem set 1 extension of deadline to Tues Jan 21, in class.
This is

EEBC119A/C219A:
Mathematicalandcomputationalmodeling
inecology
Casestudy:
FivemodelsforHIVdynamics
ProfessorJamieLloydSmith
January21,2014
GlobalprevalenceofHIV,2012
HIVisamajorproblemforglobaldevelopment
World map distorted by
national populations
World

Molecular Evolution
EEB 121
Fall 2016
Dr. C. Brunk
Evolutionary informative sites
At least Four Sequences
A pair of sequences sharing a
common characters and a second
pair sharing a different character
Informative Sites
Detailed Patterns
Gross Pattern
22

Molecular Evolution
EEB 121
Fall 2016
Dr. C. Brunk
Effective Population Size
The census population size, N, is the total number of individuals
in the population.
The effective population size, Ne, is the size of an
idealized population that would have the