From Fighter Planes to Omics: Why Iterate?

You may have probably read Boyd’s law of iteration[1].  If you haven’t, already, have a look at it. In Roger’s words[2]: “In analyzing complexity, fast iteration almost always produces better results than in-depth analysis.” This is especially true of exploratory work, where the goals are not well defined, and can possibly change with time. Boyd’s … Continue reading From Fighter Planes to Omics: Why Iterate?