
Isomer Count Problem Preview
A short summary of the isomer counting problem and why you might be interested in learning more about it.

How to Count Isomers. Long Live Pólya.
Organic chemistry, unlike physical chemistry, is not a natural breeding ground for mathematics. Yet math has a way of lurking in unexpected places.

Prevalence and the Base Rate Fallacy
A deep dive into the theory of PPVs using Bayes' Theorem. Or, how diagnostic test calculators work, the hidden gotcha with blind testing and as a bonus: extraterrestrials.

Green’s Functions Illustrated
There's no shame in admitting this: Green's functions can be a tad bit confusing. The purpose of this post is to provide an overview that will hopefully help you…

Harmonic Functions: Why They’re Nifty
Harmonic functions arise in countless engineering and physics applications. Here's an overview of these mathematical marvels.

Irrational Composition
Irrational numbers collide with composition. Plus, a new app to generate music.

Reversible Pairs
The math of reversible numbers, e.g., 123 and 321; 40012 and 21004, etc.