# Simple Examples

A collection of posts in search of simplicity in computational biology and bioinformatics, in the spirit of the following quotes:

Physicists always have the habit of taking the simplest example of any phenomenon and calling it “physics”, leaving the more complicated examples to become the concern of other fields.

Simple experiments and simple theorems are the building blocks that help understand complicated larger phenomena.

– Ali Rahimi and Ben Recht, Reflections on Random Kitchen Sinks

Wright, Fisher, and I all made simplifying assumptions which allowed us to pose problems soluble by the elementary mathematics at our disposal […]. Our mathematics may impress zoologists but do not greatly impress mathematicians.

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