ENTERPRISE BIOLOGY SOFTWARE

Data & Equations

Universal Biology Database

Control Data

Experimental Data - Diabetes Example

Control & Experimental Data - Spermatids

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Data and equations serve as the raw materials of a mathematical biology.

The database table includes about 44,000 data pairs (Y/X), expressed as proportions, and embedded in their decimal repertoire equations.

Control data can be found by selecting items from lists or by using relational operators. To run a query, click on the retrieve button; to go back to the original query click on the query button. To view a scrolling table of data, and send it - if you wish - to an Excel spreadsheet, click on the view data button.

Let's retrieve data for diabetes in adult male rats. The screen shows the SQL script used to assemble such a query.

Here are the results of the query, displayed in a scrolling screen (view data), and ordered by decimal repertoire equations.

Let's compare the relationship of spermatid counts to those of other cell types in the testes - in both control and experimental settings. Green identifies control, blue experimental.

The query retrieved 720 rows of data.

Here in the scrolling table, we can see the cell proportions, frequency distributions, and a test (Predicted/Observed) to see how well the decimal repertoire equations can predict the original published values.

Scroll down to the botton of the screen to view the data plot and frequency distribution. Recall that the decimal repertoire equations unfold such an unruly data set into a well behaved collection of equations with coefficients of determination close to one. Note that each step in the histogram identifies a decimal repertoire equation.

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