Re: SBML Toolbox and Matlab
10 Jun '10 00:53
Sorry for the delay in replying and thanks for your interest in SBML and
Unfortunately the SBMLToolbox does not deal with varying parameters.
However, in simple cases it is possible to simulate the model by
"turning the parameters into species". I attached a matlab script that
will take the SBML_MATLAB structure for a model and produce a new
structure where the parameters are now species. This can be simulated
I assume you are using the Westermark model from BioModels database - in
which case it should work for this model.
Let me know if I can be of any more help.
> Hi guys, I'm a student of the University of Padova in Italy who, for academic purpose, is using the toolbox with the support of Matlab.
> As a new user, I have some troubles: I'm working in particular with the Westermark model and i need to use the WriteODEFunction function in order to convert the model in a form usable with ode solvers but i noticed there are some not constant parameters which don't let me use this function; so, when there are variables parameters, what I should do?
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