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Scientific topics: Simulation experiment 


Biomedicine, supercomputers and simulations: in silico experiments and its applications in cancer research

Computational simulations of cellular processes (e.g. metabolism, gene expression, signal transduction) are critical tools to formulate mechanistic explanations that facilitate the interpretation of experimental results. However, complex biological processes such as tumour evolution span across...

Scientific topics: Molecular interactions, pathways and networks, Personalised medicine, Simulation experiment

Operations: Modelling and simulation

Keywords: HPC, Biomodelling, cell simulations

Resource type: Webinar

Biomedicine, supercomputers and simulations: in silico experiments and its applications in cancer research http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/biomedicine-supercomputers-and-simulations-in-silico-experiments-and-its-applications-in-cancer-research Computational simulations of cellular processes (e.g. metabolism, gene expression, signal transduction) are critical tools to formulate mechanistic explanations that facilitate the interpretation of experimental results. However, complex biological processes such as tumour evolution span across different time-space scales. For instance, a population-level description is needed to account for genetic heterogeneity and phenotypic variability due to environmental noise, whereas intracellular models, such as cell signalling networks need to address the effect of mutated genes. In this context, multi-scale models are ideal tools to address systems biology questions as they can consider several time-space scales by combining different approaches into a hybrid simulation. PhysiCell is an open-source, agent-based extensible multi-scale modelling framework that allows simulating complex multicellular systems such as healthy tissues and tumours. Molecular interactions, pathways and networks Personalised medicine Simulation experiment HPC, Biomodelling, cell simulations Anyone interested in simulation of metabolic models, and in PerMedCoE tools and activities
Tutorials on COBREXA

COBREXA.jl provides tutorials and notebooks with the purpose of explaining the most important concepts and functions for metabolic modelling and model handling to users, and then practicing them. The documentation contains basic tutorials (explaining the core package concepts and basic design...

Scientific topics: Simulation experiment, Personalised medicine

Operations: Modelling and simulation

Keywords: cell-level simulations, Biomodelling, HPC

Resource type: Tutorial

Tutorials on COBREXA http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/tutorials-on-cobrexa COBREXA.jl provides tutorials and notebooks with the purpose of explaining the most important concepts and functions for metabolic modelling and model handling to users, and then practicing them. The documentation contains basic tutorials (explaining the core package concepts and basic design ideas), advanced tutorials (describing complicated functionality required for optimised execution of large analyses) and Jupyter notebooks that demonstrate the concepts from tutorials in a more practical setting, with realistic data. Simulation experiment Personalised medicine cell-level simulations, Biomodelling, HPC
Tutorial on CellNOpt

This tutorial aims to be an introduction to i) the preparation of the Prior knowledge network (PKN) of signaling pathways and ii) the training of the PKN against biochemical data to create cell-specific models.

Scientific topics: Molecular interactions, pathways and networks, Simulation experiment, Personalised medicine

Operations: Modelling and simulation

Keywords: HPC, Biomodelling, Signalling

Resource type: Tutorial

Tutorial on CellNOpt http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/tutorial-on-cellnopt This tutorial aims to be an introduction to i) the preparation of the Prior knowledge network (PKN) of signaling pathways and ii) the training of the PKN against biochemical data to create cell-specific models. Molecular interactions, pathways and networks Simulation experiment Personalised medicine HPC, Biomodelling, Signalling
Introduction to qualitative modelling with MaBoSS

Boolean modelling uses a simple representation of biological entities as either active or inactive, and describes their relations with logical formulas. MaBoSS extends Boolean modelling by adding a notion of continuous time, with the introduction of rates of (in)activation. This enable the...

Scientific topics: Statistics and probability, Molecular interactions, pathways and networks, Personalised medicine, Simulation experiment

Operations: Modelling and simulation

Keywords: HPC, Biomodelling, cell simulations, Boolean

Resource type: Webinar

Introduction to qualitative modelling with MaBoSS http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/introduction-to-qualitative-modelling-with-maboss Boolean modelling uses a simple representation of biological entities as either active or inactive, and describes their relations with logical formulas. MaBoSS extends Boolean modelling by adding a notion of continuous time, with the introduction of rates of (in)activation. This enable the representation of physical time, and of processes with different time scales. MaBoSS simulate multiple stochastic trajectories, and produces trajectories of the probabilities of the system state. This webinar will introduce the concepts of boolean modelling, and MaBoSS’ continuous time boolean modelling, and will then demonstrate the use of WebMaBoSS, a web interface designed for easily simulating MaBoSS models. Statistics and probability Molecular interactions, pathways and networks Personalised medicine Simulation experiment HPC, Biomodelling, cell simulations, Boolean Anyone interested in simulation of metabolic models, and in PerMedCoE tools and activities
Analysis of huge metabolic models with COBREXA.jl

COBREXA.jl is a new software package to enable the analysis and simulation of large metabolic models by taking advantages of modern HPC infrastructure. Mainly, it advanced the scalability of constraint-based method, using the Julia programing language and its mathematic ecosystem as a base...

Scientific topics: Simulation experiment

Keywords: cell-level simulations, HPC, Biomodelling

Resource type: Webinar

Analysis of huge metabolic models with COBREXA.jl http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/analysis-of-huge-metabolic-models-with-cobrexa-jl COBREXA.jl is a new software package to enable the analysis and simulation of large metabolic models by taking advantages of modern HPC infrastructure. Mainly, it advanced the scalability of constraint-based method, using the Julia programing language and its mathematic ecosystem as a base building block. We will talk about the problems that motivated the development of COBREXA.jl and show several of its main applications. Simulation experiment cell-level simulations, HPC, Biomodelling Anyone interested in simulation of metabolic models, and in PerMedCoE tools and activities
runBioSimulations tutorial and help

runBioSimulations is a web application for executing a broad range of modeling studies and visualizing their results. runBioSimulations uses BioSimulators to supports a broad range of modeling frameworks (e.g., logical, constraint-based, kinetic), simulation algorithms (e.g., CVODE, FBA, SSA),...

Scientific topics: Simulation experiment, Computational biology, Systems biology

Operations: Modelling and simulation

Keywords: biosimulators, COMBINE, OMEX, SED-ML, Modeling, dynamic simulations, SBML, BNGL

Resource type: Tutorial, Documentation

runBioSimulations tutorial and help http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/runbiosimulations-tutorial-and-help runBioSimulations is a web application for executing a broad range of modeling studies and visualizing their results. runBioSimulations uses BioSimulators to supports a broad range of modeling frameworks (e.g., logical, constraint-based, kinetic), simulation algorithms (e.g., CVODE, FBA, SSA), and modeling formats (e.g., BNGL, SBML). runBioSimulations also provides a REST API for programmatic access to the same simulation capabilities. The runBioSimulations tutorial and help describes how to use this web application and web service to execute simulations and visualize their results. This includes instructions on how to create COMBINE/OMEX archives of modeling projects. Ion Moraru Bilal Shaikh Gnaneswara Marupilla Simulation experiment Computational biology Systems biology biosimulators, COMBINE, OMEX, SED-ML, Modeling, dynamic simulations, SBML, BNGL modelers
BioSimulators tutorial and help

BioSimulators is a registry of containerized biosimulation tools that provide consistent command-line interfaces. The BioSimulations web application helps investigators browse this registry to find simulation tools that have the capabilities (supported modeling frameworks, simulation algorithms,...

Scientific topics: Simulation experiment, Computational biology, Systems biology

Operations: Modelling and simulation

Keywords: Modeling, biomodel, dynamic simulations, COMBINE, OMEX, SED-ML, SBML, BNGL

Resource type: Tutorial, Documentation

BioSimulators tutorial and help http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/biosimulators-help BioSimulators is a registry of containerized biosimulation tools that provide consistent command-line interfaces. The BioSimulations web application helps investigators browse this registry to find simulation tools that have the capabilities (supported modeling frameworks, simulation algorithms, and modeling formats) needed for specific modeling projects. The BioSimulators help describes how to use this registry: - How to find a containerized simulation tools that are capable of executing a modeling study. - How to use containerized simulation tools to execute modeling studies. - How to containerize a simulation tool and submit it to the BioSimulators registry. Ion Moraru Bilal Shaikh Simulation experiment Computational biology Systems biology Modeling, biomodel, dynamic simulations, COMBINE, OMEX, SED-ML, SBML, BNGL modelers Computational biologists software developers, bioinformaticians
DE-Sim examples, tutorials, and documentation

*DE-Sim* is an open-source, Python-based object-oriented discrete-event simulation (DES) tool that makes it easy to use large, heterogeneous datasets and high-level data science tools such as [NumPy](https://numpy.org/), [Scipy](https://scipy.org/scipylib/index.html),...

Scientific topics: Computational biology, Mathematics, Computer science, Simulation experiment

Operations: Visualisation, Modelling and simulation

Keywords: data-driven modeling, Computational modelling, discrete-event simulation, DES, object-oriented programming, Python, data visualization, Data Science

Resource type: examples, Tutorial, Jupyter notebook, API reference

DE-Sim examples, tutorials, and documentation http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/de-sim-examples-tutorials-and-documentation *DE-Sim* is an open-source, Python-based object-oriented discrete-event simulation (DES) tool that makes it easy to use large, heterogeneous datasets and high-level data science tools such as [NumPy](https://numpy.org/), [Scipy](https://scipy.org/scipylib/index.html), [pandas](https://pandas.pydata.org/), and [SQLAlchemy](https://www.sqlalchemy.org/) to build and simulate complex computational models. Similar to [Simula](http://www.simula67.info/), *DE-Sim* models are implemented by defining logical process objects which read the values of a set of shared variables and schedule events to modify their values at discrete instants in time. This website provides examples, tutorials, and documentation for *DE-Sim*. Computational biology Mathematics Computer science Simulation experiment data-driven modeling, Computational modelling, discrete-event simulation, DES, object-oriented programming, Python, data visualization, Data Science computational scientists Computational biologists bioinformaticians software engineers programmers
BioSimulations tutorial and help

BioSimulations is a web application for sharing and re-using biomodels, simulations, and visualizations of simulations results. BioSimulations supports a wide range of modeling frameworks (e.g., kinetic, constraint-based, and logical modeling), model formats (e.g., BNGL, CellML, SBML), and...

Scientific topics: Simulation experiment, Systems biology, Computational biology

Operations: Modelling and simulation, Visualisation

Keywords: SystemsBiology, ComputationalBiology, Computational modelling, Modeling, Biomodelling, Model, Kinetic modeling, SED-ML, COMBINE

Resource type: Documentation

BioSimulations tutorial and help http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/biosimulations-help BioSimulations is a web application for sharing and re-using biomodels, simulations, and visualizations of simulations results. BioSimulations supports a wide range of modeling frameworks (e.g., kinetic, constraint-based, and logical modeling), model formats (e.g., BNGL, CellML, SBML), and simulation tools (e.g., COPASI, libRoadRunner/tellurium, NFSim, VCell). BioSimulations aims to help researchers discover published models that might be useful for their research and quickly try them via a simple web-based interface. Simulation experiment Systems biology Computational biology SystemsBiology, ComputationalBiology, Computational modelling, Modeling, Biomodelling, Model, Kinetic modeling, SED-ML, COMBINE Life Science Researchers Computational biologists modelers