Some of you might be interested in this--JSim now has CellML output as 
well as CellML input.  Since JSim models themselves are not modular, 
everything gets put into a single component; there is hope that in the 
future when JSim itself is modular, it will be able to produce modular 
CellML output.  A few more details at


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To: JSim Development -- Adam Alessio <>,
        "Dr. James Caldwell" <>,
        Forbes Dewey <>, "Huhns, Michael" <>,
        Melissa Krueger <>,
        Max Neal <>,
        David Nickerson <>,
        Bart Jardine <>,
        Gary Raymond <>,
        "Dr. James Bassingthwaighte" <>,
        Lucian Smith <>,
        Rebecca Rowe <>, "Dash, Ranjan" <>,
        Richard Ward <>, Herb Sauro <>,
        Andreas Schwab <>,
        Shiva Ayyadurai <>,
        Gary Ynvge <>,
        Adam Alessio <>
Subject: JSim 2.06 released
Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2012 10:01:48 -0800 (PST)
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  o  new Monte-Carlo analysis module;

  o  CellML output is now available;

  o  various bug fixes,  including one in SBML import which previously
mishandled time-varying compartment volumes.

  See the JSim home page for complete information on JSim, including 
documentation, downloads, documentation and model repositories:

  For complete details on the latest release, click on "What's New?"

  Note to QPP users:  JSim 2.06 should not be used with the previous
QPP release (0.913).  A new QPP release, 0.914, will be made later today
that is compatible with JSim 2.06.

Erik Butterworth    206-685-2007
Software Engineer, University of Washington Bioengineering

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