## Three Mathematica^{®} 7 notebooks and three PDF files containing probabilistic growth and mortality models.

### Files in .nb format:

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Click here to download a Mathematica* 7 notebook (216K) that uses a 4-parameter model** ==>** nCells 4-param double logistic.nb

Click here to download a Mathematica* 7 notebook (256K) that uses a 5-parameter model** ==>** nCells 5-param double logistic.nb

Click here to download a Mathematica* 7 notebook (248K) that uses a 6-parameter model** ==>** nCells 6-param double logistic.nb

### Files in .pdf format:

**NOTE: **If you do not have Mathematica* 7 installed you can download PDF versions of the files below and use the free Adobe Reader^{®} application to examine them.

Click here to download a PDF file version (236K) of the Mathematica* 7 notebook that uses a 4-parameter model** ==>** nCells 4-param double logistic.pdf

Click here to download a PDF file version (256K) of the Mathematica* 7 notebook that uses a 5-parameter model** ==>** nCells 5-param double logistic.pdf

Click here to download a PDF file version (252K) of the Mathematica* 7 notebook that uses a 6-parameter model** ==>** nCells 6-param double logistic.pdf

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