This is a tool built on top of the C Code Generation Service (CCGS) from the CellML API implementation, freely available from the CellML Project. It uses the CellML simulation and graphing metadata to decide what simulations need to be performed using the models specified in the metadata and then (optionally) produces the described plots. It also has support for some post-processing analysis of the simulation results.
There is now a growing list of scientific publications utilising CellMLSimulator:
- Nickerson, D. P., Corrias, A., and Buist, M. L. (2008). Reference descriptions of cellular electrophysiology models. Bioinformatics, 24(8), 1112–1114. [Online supplement.]
- Nickerson, D. and Buist, M. (2008). Practical application of CellML 1.1: The integration of new mechanisms into a human ventricular myocyte model. Prog Biophys Mol Biol, 98(1), 38–51. [Online supplement.]