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    Introducing myself; experimentalist using maths

    Hello everybody,

    I'm an experimental neuroscientist with a strong interest in different fields of applied mathematics. I'm particularly interested in differential equations for dynamic systems, and in statistics and probability for the simulation of stochastic processes. Being principally experimentalist, my math experience is almost restricted to numerical analysis. Because the resources and support that I have for general and applied mathematics is rather limited I decided to join this great forum and get in contact with a community that may also have a common interest and knowledge of these fields.

    I'm so looking forward to the discussions here.

    Best

    Jose
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    Re: Introducing myself; experimentalist using maths

    Hello, Jose.

    Welcome to the Math Help forums. We are glad you joined us.

    These forums are an excellent resource: lots of good information and many knowledgeable members here.

    Looking forward to your participation.
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