Tag Archives: Functional Curation

Initial conditions and steady states

Today I came across a good (or bad, depending on how you look at it) example of initial conditions / steady-states having a massive effect on model behaviour. I think it is generally a good idea to get a model … Continue reading

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Introducing the ‘Cardiac Electrophysiology Web Lab’

I’m pleased to announce Jonathan Cooper and I have made our web portal interface to the cardiac electrophysiology virtual experiments publicly available. It’s called ‘Functional Curation for Cardiac Electrophysiology’, which is a bit of a mouthful, so I’m calling it … Continue reading

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A vision of the future

Jonathan Cooper and I have been working on a system for describing the simulation you would like to perform with a model*, in a way that is flexible enough to recreate the majority of possible experiments and post-processing, and machine-readable … Continue reading

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On the importance of curating models

Most cardiac action potential models are published in a machine-readable markup language called CellML. This is a very good thing, because it unambiguously describes the system of equations that makes up the model, allows people to exchange and use them … Continue reading

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