Re: SBML survey: should consistency of units be required?
15 Dec '07 16:03
Sven Sahle wrote:
> And Mike, you wrote that this specific model cannot be represented in
This is not what we said. What we said was that such a model, in the
present state of the specification, is invalid. It can be represented in
SBML, but it is rejected by libSBML (note that this is not the case with
the version in BioModels because some units are undefined, which turns
off the unit consistency check).
> But could it not be written completely in dimensionless values
> (dropping the inconsistent units, but keeping everything else)?
But that would not be the model described in the paper anymore ...
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