I am a newbie in Mathematica and I aim to use Mathematica mostly for stochastic modeling (to develop and analyze models in evolutionary biology). Note that I am not necessarily a great mathematician yet $\ddot \smile$. I am NOT interested about data analysis and statistics (I usually use R for this purpose) but only about stochastic modeling.

Where can I find good and free ressources (online tutorial, videos, ...) on how to use Mathematica for stochastic modeling?

Note I already asked a bunch of questions on this site that concern stochastic modeling like this one and this one. The two posts already received very good answers but those posts are the kind of questions I amy want to receive answers to by looking at a tutorial.

  • $\begingroup$ When I google "stochastic modeling tutorial" I get a bunch of information that is useful (which I would classify as good). Not sure what you are looking for here (and whether or not this question is better suited for Mathematics.SE). $\endgroup$ Oct 22, 2014 at 18:49
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    $\begingroup$ @bobthechemist I am looking for a tutorial on how to use Mathematica to develop and analyze stochastic models. My question is specific to Mathematica that's why googling "stochastic modeling tutorial" does not yield to what I am looking for and that's why my question is, I think, on-topic. I think the point is clear in my question but not in the title maybe. So I edited my title to add "using Mathematica". Let me know if you still think my question is unclear or off-topic. I think having a look to the two links may help making an idea of the kind of questions I am seeking answers to. Thanks $\endgroup$
    – Remi.b
    Oct 22, 2014 at 18:53

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