# Video Lessons

From QuB

## Talks and Interviews

- Sunglasses and Hidden Markov Models (video) or (text) -- Intro to Markov math by Chris Nicolai
- Ion channels as a quantum process -- Dr. Fred Sachs
- Sleeping mice and molecular motors -- Dr. Fred Sachs
- Mechanically activated ion channels -- Dr. Fred Sachs
- The cell is much more like a sponge than like a bag -- Dr. Fred Sachs
- Hodgkin-Huxley as a constrained state model -- Dr. Fred Sachs
- Different kinds of noise -- Dr. Fred Sachs
- Equilibrium and detailed balance -- Dr. Fred Sachs
- Principles and philosophy of modeling -- Dr. Fred Sachs

## QUB Express

- QUB Express - Intro and Simulation
- QUB Express - MacRates Optimization
- QUB Express - Single-molecule Optimization

## QuB

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- Lesson 01: Introduction
- Lesson 02: Model building and Simulation
- Lesson 03: Simulation options
- Lesson 04: Simulating Dose-Response
- Lesson 05: Simulating Voltage Ladder and I-V
- Lesson 06: Model details
- Lesson 07: Baseline correction
- Lesson 08: Idealization and Stats
- Lesson 09: Modeling with MIL
- Lesson 10: MIL and Missed Events
- Lesson 11: MIL and Constraints
- Lesson 12: MIL Options and Utilities
- Lesson 13: Idealization of Bursts
- Lesson 14: Idl/Base
- Lesson 15: Extracting data
- Lesson 16: Measurement
- Lesson 17: Single-molecule modeling utilities
- Lesson 18: Heterogeneous bursts
- Lesson 19: Model search
- Lesson 20: Macroscopic modeling with Mac
- Lesson 21: Macroscopic modeling II
- Lesson 22: Data overlap window
- Lesson 23: Curve fitting
- Lesson 24: Selection lists
- Lesson 25: Dynamic Clamp
- Lesson 26: Global Fitting