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ready Numerical Markup Language

Abbreviation: NuML

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The Numerical Markup Language (NuML) (pronounce "neumeul" and not "new em el", that sounds like NewML) is a simple XML format to exchange multidimensional arrays of numbers to be used with model and simulation descriptions. NuML was initially developed as part of the Systems Biology Results Markup Language (SBRML).

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