Re: What do SBML libraries need to focus on next?
21 Jul '05 16:03
Well, since you're asking, check out http://hysss.sourceforge.net. It's
GPL'd, of course.
Though, it's not complete and we'll soon be adding yet another (very
innovative) hybrid method which utilizes a new type of probabilistic
steady state approximation.
The (slightly crude, but very capable) GUI is written in Matlab. I
obviously don't spend a lot of time on the GUI.
Herbert Sauro wrote:
>This remark is to the whole community, how many ode/gillespie wrappers
>do we really need? Are there now almost 100 listed on the sbml site?
>Instead of writing yet another sbml/ode wrapper isn't it time we
>actually did something truly innovative?
>From: Michael Hucka [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2005 1:20 PM
>To: SBML Discussion List
>Cc: LibSBML Discussion List
>Subject: Re: [sbml-discuss] What do SBML libraries need to focus on
>>>>>>On 21 Jul 2005, Stefan Hoops <email@example.com> wrote:
> shoops> What I definitely exclude are the following points:
> shoops> - Computing higher-level information about a model.
> shoops> - Solvers (mentioned by Howard Salis)
> shoops> This can and should be provided in additional
> shoops> libraries or tools by whoever wants to
> shoops> contribute.
>Agreed. There is currently no plan to roll solvers into libSBML. If we
>(SBML Team) do ever work on solution engines, I forsee them being
>separate packages or libraries; it makes more sense that way.