Logistic Growth: computes the logistic growth based on the per capita growth rate of population, population size and carrying capacity

Malthusian Growth Model: computes the estimated future size of a population (P) based on the current population (P0), a growth exponential factor (r) and the period of time (t).

How Many Ancestors: computes the total number of ancestors a person or sexual reproducing animal has base on the number of generations going back. It also estimates the approximate time span associated with those ancestors.

SIS Epidemic Model: computes the basic reproduction number and the portion of the population susceptible.

SIR Epidemic Model: provides information on the increase or decrease of an epidemic based on the infection rate, recovery rate, total population, initial susceptible population, initial infected population and the initial recovered population.

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