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ready Minimum Information About a Simulation Experiment

Abbreviation: MIASE

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The MIASE Guidelines, initiated by the effort, are a community effort to identify the Minimal Information About a Simulation Experiment, necessary to enable the reproducible simulation experiments. Consequently, the MIASE Guidelines list the information that a modeller needs to provide to enable the execution and reproduction of a numerical simulation experiment, derived from a given set of quantitative models. MIASE is a set of guidelines suitable for use with any structured format for simulation experiments. As such, MIASE is designed to help modelers and software tools to exchange their simulation settings and to foster collaboration.

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Minimum Information About a Simulation Experiment (MIASE).

Dagmar Waltemath, Richard Adams, Daniel A. Beard, Frank T. Bergmann, Upinder S. Bhalla, Randall Britten, Vijayalakshmi Chelliah, Michael T. Cooling, Jonathan Cooper, Edmund J. Crampin, Alan Garny, Stefan Hoops, Michael Hucka, Peter Hunter, Edda Klipp, Camille Laibe, Andrew K. Miller, Ion Moraru, David Nickerson, Poul Nielsen, Macha Nikolski, Sven Sahle, Herbert M. Sauro, Henning Schmidt, Jacky L. Snoep, Dominic Tolle, Olaf Wolkenhauer, Nicolas Le Novère
PLoS Comput. Biol. 2011

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BioModels is a repository of computational models of biological processes. It allows users to search and retrieve mathematical models published in the literature. Many models are manually curated (to ensure reproducibility) and extensively cross-linked to publicly available reference information.

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  • 1R01GM081070-01 (National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD, USA)

  • 223920 (European Commission FP7)