In the previous chapter we discussed and analysed the structure of models, their relation to theories and phenomena, and the basics of model construction. In this chapter we will be less concerned with philosophy and instead focus on the practical application of models. In order to achieve this we have looked beyond theoretical arguments, and gone straight to the source, namely to the scientists themselves. The reason being that it is their opinions and views on modelling that actually affect how and where models are constructed, and how they later are applied.
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