[cellml-discussion] OpenCOR 0.1.1 released

2013-04-17 Thread Alan Garny
Dear all, This is to let you know that OpenCOR 0.1.1 http://www.opencor.ws/download.php has just been released. A few useful links: - What is new? http://www.opencor.ws/user/whatIsNew.html - Supported platforms http://www.opencor.ws/user/supportedPlatforms.html -

Re: [cellml-discussion] Java error on Mac OSX10.8.2

2013-02-26 Thread Alan Garny
Dear Mark, This tool looks great. I can't save any edits tho', This is correct, OpenCOR can't currently save edits. I am hoping to have the editing of CellML file in OpenCOR within the next few weeks. However, it will initially be possible to do so by editing the CellML file directly. This is

Re: [cellml-discussion] New draft secondary specification: Uncertainty

2012-05-29 Thread Alan Garny
Hi Andrew, I don't know for the others, but in my case it would certainly help me understand your document better and, hopefully, provide you with more useful feedback, if you were to give us some concrete examples of the type of models that your specification document targets. I appreciate that

Re: [cellml-discussion] trouble building on Ubuntu: for opencell build, told to build CellML API with XPCOM, but CellML API does not CMake with XPCOM support

2012-05-09 Thread Alan Garny
in Auckland; instead, Alan Garny (based at Inria) is working on a complete rewrite which he is calling OpenCOR (Website: http://opencor.ws). ... I think Alan will be able to give you more information about OpenCOR and its status, such as whether it is suitable as a replacement for particular

Re: [cellml-discussion] [cellml-dev] Announcing CellML API 1.11 release candidate 2

2012-04-18 Thread Alan Garny
Having just downloaded both the debug and release MSVC version of the CellML API (the ZIP version), it would be nice when extracting the files if those were to be extracted in a different directory. Right now, both sets of files are being extracted to cellml-sdk-1.11-Win32-MSVC10. Maybe we could

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting Minutes, 14th September 2011

2011-09-16 Thread Alan Garny
Hi, A quick comment on one of the minutes' items: - CellML API - update: Andrew: put out release candidate 2. Alan has reported that something is not working in Qt Creator. For clarification, this is not quite what I reported. I mentioned that my simple CellML test program (using CMake;

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting Minutes, 10th August, 2011

2011-08-12 Thread Alan Garny
Hi, Having just read the minutes of this week's CellML meeting, I would like to clarify the situation with regards to the TeLICeMS grammar... I wrote the initial OpenCell's COR view more than a year ago. From there, Andrew (I wasn't involved in that decision) decided to implement the TeLICeMS

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting Minutes, 22nd June 2011

2011-06-24 Thread Alan Garny
Hi, Having just read the minutes, I was wondering whether you guys could clarify the situation with regards to web service support for PMR2? Tommy said that REST support is iffy and that's also what I understood from the email he sent around earlier this week. However, the minutes read that the

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting Minutes, 22nd June 2011

2011-06-24 Thread Alan Garny
Having just read the minutes, I was wondering whether you guys could clarify the situation with regards to web service support for PMR2? Tommy said that REST support is iffy and that's also what I understood from the email he sent around earlier this week. However, the minutes read that

Re: [cellml-discussion] Web services and PMR2

2011-06-22 Thread Alan Garny
In the near future I will be building a module that will provide web service support for PMR2. The protocols I've looked at are SOAP and REST. SOAP looks fairly standardized and seems very simple to add and the SOAPpy client (in Python) appears to be straightforward to use, but I can see how

Re: [cellml-discussion] First unofficial draft of specification on CellML parameter uncertainty

2011-06-13 Thread Alan Garny
Hi Andrew, - Do we really want to go with csymbol? From your document, I understand that it might be to keep compatibility with CellML 1.0 and 1.1? If so, then I really don't see why you would want that, since most (all?) of the existing CellML-capable software are unable to deal with

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting Minutes, 20th October 2010

2010-10-26 Thread Alan Garny
TeLICeMS is the Text Language for the Input of CellML Models Service component, a new component/service that Andrew recently added to the API to parse a text language (i.e. COR like text language, dubbed TeLICeM) into CellML, and back. It is based on the COR like text language parsing that

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting Minutes, 20th October 2010

2010-10-22 Thread Alan Garny
Hi, Reading through the minutes: - 1) OpenCell development - enabling the COR-like view (Alan) It would have been nice to have been told of those bugs in the COR-like view earlier, but nevermind. At the end of the day, though it would be nice to have a version of OpenCell that supports

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting Minutes, 21st April 2010

2010-04-26 Thread Alan Garny
case some assistance from the software in recalculating new consistent IC's is invaluable. Regards, Randall -Original Message- From: cellml-discussion-boun...@cellml.org [mailto:cellml-discussion- boun...@cellml.org] On Behalf Of Alan Garny Sent: Friday, 23 April 2010 11:43 p.m

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting Minutes, 21st April 2010

2010-04-26 Thread Alan Garny
Hi Justin, - I have not put up a binary version anywhere; I will in the next few days. Thanks, I am looking forward to giving it a try. - I have not done development for the prototype outside of Linux. Dependency management under Eclipse can be done in several ways; supposedly using Maven2

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting Minutes, 21st April 2010

2010-04-23 Thread Alan Garny
Regarding 5) OpenCell development - update and Justin's Scale work in particular: - How much time has been spent on this so far? - Where can one get a binary version of the demo for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X? - What are internal DSLs? - Where can one get the source code? (Incidentally, I really

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting Minutes, 21st April 2010

2010-04-23 Thread Alan Garny
Sorry, one more (non-OpenCell) comment: - ... the biggest problem is using IDA's default solver for initial conditions... -- What is exactly meant by solver for initial conditions? Do you mean that you are trying to use IDA to determine what the initial value of the state variables should (i.e.

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting Minutes, 21st April 2010

2010-04-23 Thread Alan Garny
, or how to ensure ICs are consistent. Regards, Randall On 23/04/2010, at 8:50 PM, Alan Garny alan.ga...@dpag.ox.ac.uk wrote: Sorry, one more (non-OpenCell) comment: - ... the biggest problem is using IDA's default solver for initial conditions... -- What is exactly meant by solver

Re: [cellml-discussion] Announcement of OpenCell 0.7rc1

2010-01-28 Thread Alan Garny
Thanks Justin, it does work fine now indeed. One tiny thing regarding the OpenCell website: you give the link to the complete list of closed tracker items, but the link is not clickable. Not a big deal, but it would be nice to change that (I tried by logging in, but I am not allowed to edit the

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML meeting minutes 2009-12-16

2009-12-18 Thread alan . garny
James Lawson wrote: We (Catherine, Poul and I) were thinking that there are basically three places where you'd want to display / store this information within PMR2: in the metadata itself (thereby allowing it to be rendered by software, indexed and searched etc.), on the exposure somewhere

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML meeting minutes 2009-12-16

2009-12-18 Thread alan . garny
Andrew Miller wrote: alan.ga...@dpag.ox.ac.uk wrote: We should be open and therefore allow people to go for whatever license they want. However, they should be made aware that by doing so, they take the risk of their model not being used, etc. This being said, some authors might still

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML meeting minutes 2009-12-16

2009-12-17 Thread Alan Garny
From: cellml-discussion-boun...@cellml.org [mailto:cellml-discussion- boun...@cellml.org] On Behalf Of Dougal Cowan Sent: 17 December 2009 01:55 To: cellml-discussion@cellml.org Subject: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML meeting minutes 2009-12-16 I have put the minutes from this week's

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML meeting minutes 2009-12-02

2009-12-04 Thread Alan Garny
Hi guys, Just a couple of things regarding the minutes: - It might be useful, whenever referring to a particular tracker item (as is the case in the Last week's action items section) to have a link to the tracker item itself. Not only would it make it more convenient for those of us who use the

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML meeting minutes 2009-11-25

2009-11-27 Thread Alan Garny
Hi, A comment about item #1 of this week's agenda (terms of use for CellML models and associated content hosted on models.cellml.org). I don't know enough about licensing to suggest one over another. The only thing I do know, however, is that it is important to ensure that the license that

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML meeting minutes 20091118

2009-11-19 Thread Alan Garny
Dear all, First, thanks to the Auckland team for sending the minutes within 24 hours. I, personally, certainly very much appreciate it! Second, a couple of comments regarding the minutes: - Point 3.5 (It was noted that the syntax is slightly different from the COR language): it's true that the

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML meeting minutes 2009-10-07

2009-10-08 Thread Alan Garny
Just to clarify something: 6.3 - Peter mentioned Alan Garny's reports of discrepancies in some models. The report is not mine (though I do endorse it), but that of Penny Noble whom I asked to go through all the models that she/I encoded into CellML, and check them against PMR2. This was

Re: [cellml-discussion] Announcement of the new CellML Model Repository (and release of PMR2 v0.1)

2009-06-22 Thread Alan Garny
Hi Tommy, Well done on getting PMR2 out into the open! A few things: - Is there any documentation/tutorial that I could read so that I can learn more about the differences between PMR1 and PMR2, as well as learn the basics about PMR2 (e.g. what is an exposure?, what is a workspace?, what is

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting minutes 2009-06-17

2009-06-19 Thread Alan Garny
For what it is worth: - 7.2: it is CellML to COR-like code that is working, not the other way around; - 7.3: regarding the metadata, it should be easy to keep track of them, so that when we go from COR-like code to CellML they get 'reinserted'. This is the way COR works for instance. Also, even

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI CellML Meeting minutes 2009-06-10

2009-06-12 Thread Alan Garny
Regarding item #9, i.e. OpenCell update and the COR-like view in particular: I think one should think of the COR-like view as offering a different kind of serialisation for the CellML file. We have the XML view which indeed offers the raw serialisation and therefore keeps everything in the order

Re: [cellml-discussion] Using CellML for simplified neuron models? (Alan Garny)

2009-06-04 Thread Alan Garny
-discussion@cellml.org Subject: Re: [cellml-discussion] Using CellML for simplified neuron models? (Alan Garny) Hi Alan! [Apologies for breaking the thread, I had subscribed to the list in digest form.] Thank you for your example. Unfortunately, fixed time-stepping schemes where

Re: [cellml-discussion] [cellmlteam] Contributing CellML models to Wolfram Alpha

2009-06-02 Thread Alan Garny
-Original Message- From: cellml-discussion-boun...@cellml.org [mailto:cellml-discussion- boun...@cellml.org] On Behalf Of James Lawson To be honest I'm not really so impressed with WA yet, but that's probably because I haven't learned to use it properly. I must confess that I am

[cellml-discussion] CellML - MathML e-notation issue

2009-04-23 Thread Alan Garny
anyone. Dr Alan Garny University of Oxford, Department of Physiology, Anatomy Genetics Sherrington Building, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PT, England http://noble.physiol.ox.ac.uk/people/agarny/ http://cor.physiol.ox.ac.uk/ Note: I am currently in New Zealand and will be back in Oxford on 27

Re: [cellml-discussion] Using a functional programming language to express models

2009-04-21 Thread Alan Garny
What's the tracker item number? A link would be even better, Alan -Original Message- From: cellml-discussion-boun...@cellml.org [mailto:cellml-discussion- boun...@cellml.org] On Behalf Of Andrew Miller Sent: 22 April 2009 12:20 To: For those interested in contributing to the

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI Meeting minutes 2009-03-11

2009-03-11 Thread Alan Garny
Thanks Dougal! :) Alan -Original Message- From: cellml-discussion-boun...@cellml.org [mailto:cellml-discussion- boun...@cellml.org] On Behalf Of Dougal Cowan Sent: 11 March 2009 21:25 To: CellML Discussion List Subject: [cellml-discussion] ABI Meeting minutes 2009-03-11 I have

Re: [cellml-discussion] ABI Meeting minutes 2009-03-04

2009-03-10 Thread Alan Garny
I know that I have already requested that before and that everybody is busy and everything, but is it really not possible to circulate the minutes of the last meeting earlier than one day before the next meeting? You guys in Auckland are obviously up-to-date with what's going on, so it doesn't

Re: [cellml-discussion] Announcement of PCEnv 0.6rc1 (release candidate for PCEnv 0.6)

2009-02-25 Thread Alan Garny
Hi Justin, The first release candidate for PCEnv version 0.6 has been released. This is the first version of PCEnv since 0.1 that can run on OS X; there are also a number of other improvements since PCEnv 0.5. More information, and the released files themselves, are available at

Re: [cellml-discussion] Meeting minutes 2008-11-19

2008-11-26 Thread Alan Garny
Hi, I was wondering whether the minutes could be announced sooner? I understand that they need to be approved, but still I would expect them to be announced within 24 hours. If we look at last week's meeting, I received notice of the minutes on Monday evening (i.e. Tuesday morning NZ time), i.e.

Re: [cellml-discussion] Auto-generate HDF5 from CellML?

2008-11-14 Thread Alan Garny
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:cellml-discussion- [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of David Nickerson On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 9:38 PM, Jon Olav Vik [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: David Nickerson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: As for generic generation of HDF5 data structures from CellML models, I think

Re: [cellml-discussion] new CellML FAQ

2008-11-06 Thread Alan Garny
A few from the top of my head: - What is CellML? (i.e. CellML for dummies) - Why should I use CellML? - What is the difference between CellML 1.0 and 1.1? - Are there any CellML tools? (simple link to the CellML tools page?) - How can I use CellML in my modelling environment? (i.e. CellML API;

Re: [cellml-discussion] Announcing PCEnv 0.5

2008-10-16 Thread Alan Garny
Hi Randy, I hope Justin won't mind me stepping in, though I am sure he will in case I have got something wrong! What about us Mac users? :) Any plans for a binary Mac (Intel) build? I tried downloading the source and 'configure' gave me: A Mac version is in the work, but it is not quite

Re: [cellml-discussion] installation of CellML DOM API: Core implementation for all platforms

2008-10-06 Thread Alan Garny
Dear Song, Did you have a look at the installation documentation? https://svn.physiomeproject.org/svn/physiome/CellML_DOM_API/trunk/docs/ Hopefully, you use one of the Linux systems for which we have some documentation. Regards, Alan From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

Re: [cellml-discussion] A typed lambda calculus system for CellML

2008-08-07 Thread Alan Garny
In our case, we would also need to know the units associated with those variables. So, again using a C/C++ syntax, we could have something like: ~~~ int_metre A; double_millivolt V; bool_dimensionless T; ~~~

Re: [cellml-discussion] A typed lambda calculus system for CellML

2008-08-06 Thread Alan Garny
Variables as types: --- - Do we really want to allow generic types? I am concerned that this could lead to models that are not bullet-proof. The core of CellML can be very generic, and then secondary specifications can narrow down CellML to a subset of CellML which can

Re: [cellml-discussion] A typed lambda calculus system for CellML

2008-08-05 Thread Alan Garny
Hi Andrew, I have been looking into how we could define a typed lambda calculus system in CellML, and have written up a document to collect ideas on this: http://www.cellml.org/Members/miller/outline-of-a-typed-lambda-calculus- system This is a good starting point, well done! Of particular

Re: [cellml-discussion] decompose - a model decomposition utility

2008-05-01 Thread Alan Garny
I have recently needed to revive an early CellML 1.0 model of mine which I need to use within some more recent modelling work. The model is very complicated it was going to take a long time to separate out the deeply embedded parameter values and initial conditions in order to make the model

Re: [cellml-discussion] About guicellml

2008-03-23 Thread Alan Garny
I believe I know who that is from. I have BCCed that person in case s/he isn't subscribed to this mailing list. I have talked to that person a few days ago and this is certainly the kind of things that I, personally, would like to see in the merging of PCEnv (http://www.cellml.org/tools/pcenv/)

Re: [cellml-discussion] CellML 1.1 to draft CellML 1.2 normative specification mapping

2008-02-21 Thread Alan Garny
Hi Andrew, - Section 2.6.1: you may want to be consistent in the way you refer to attributes in general. Compare this section with Section 4.2.1 for example. - Section 3.3: are we missing 3.3.b and 3.3.c (in http://www.cellml.org/Members/miller/mapping-1-1-to-draft- 1.2/mapping/toplev

Re: [cellml-discussion] CellML 1.1 to draft CellML 1.2 normative specification mapping

2008-02-20 Thread Alan Garny
Hi Andrew, I have now defined a mapping between CellML 1.1 and one draft of CellML 1.2. I have put this up at: http://www.cellml.org/Members/miller/mapping-1-1-to-draft-1.2/mapping It currently has all the mappings from 1.1 to a particular 1.2 draft, although it may be missing some of the

Re: [cellml-discussion] Base normative CellML Specification for further work

2008-01-17 Thread Alan Garny
Dear Andrew, I quite like the structure of your document. Just one thing though: I would like, at this stage, to suggest references to the official CellML specification. Indeed, you are no doubt very familiar with the official CellML specification, but in my case it has been years since I have

Re: [cellml-discussion] r2054 - in CellML_DOM_API/trunk: . CIS/sources

2008-01-04 Thread Alan Garny
CellML Automated Notifications wrote: Author: agarny Date: 2008-01-04 00:50:37 +1300 (Fri, 04 Jan 2008) New Revision: 2054 Modified: CellML_DOM_API/trunk/CIS/sources/CISImplementation.cxx CellML_DOM_API/trunk/configure.ac Log: 64-bit related issues: - Updated

Re: [cellml-discussion] Proof of concept: using git for specification development

2007-11-11 Thread Alan Garny
Andrew Miller wrote: Alan Garny wrote: git is also a distributed version control system - the two tools have a fairly similar conceptual model in terms of how they work, with a lot of flow of ideas between the too tools. I have found git slightly faster and a bit more extensible

Re: [cellml-discussion] Proof of concept: using git for specification development

2007-11-10 Thread Alan Garny
git is also a distributed version control system - the two tools have a fairly similar conceptual model in terms of how they work, with a lot of flow of ideas between the too tools. I have found git slightly faster and a bit more extensible (and with a larger set of commands out-of-the box),

Re: [cellml-discussion] Proof of concept: using git for specification development

2007-11-08 Thread Alan Garny
As a proof of concept, I have set up an unofficial CellML specification git at http://repo.or.cz/w/cellml-draft-miller.git . This repository is intended to show the concept of using a distributed revision control tool to work on specification development, and not to suggest that this is

Re: [cellml-discussion] Representing the next version of the CellML Specification

2007-11-07 Thread Alan Garny
I don't know much (if anything!) about the solutions offered here, but: - the current HTML version is nice for viewing from a web browser, but if you have ever tried to print things out you will no doubt have noticed that it doesn't look great anymore. I remember that there used to be a 'proper'

Re: [cellml-discussion] Proposal: Standardised CellML real numberformat

2007-09-20 Thread Alan Garny
Andrew Miller wrote: Alan Garny wrote: Therefore, I think that we need to restrict it down to something like (in regular expression syntax): (\-|)[0-9]+(\.[0-9]+|)(E(-|)[0-9]+|e(-|)[0-9]+|) In other words: An optional - , followed by 1 or more digits from 0 to 9, followed

Re: [cellml-discussion] Proposal: Standardised CellMLreal numberformat

2007-09-20 Thread Alan Garny
So something like (assuming my use of the syntax is correct): (\+|\-|)[0-9]+(\.[0-9]+|)((E|e)(\+|\-|)[0-9]+) Note that I have also 'simplified' the exponent part. I don't think the exponent should be mandatory, however, as this would break the majority of models in use. agreed.

Re: [cellml-discussion] Proposal: Standardised CellML real number format

2007-09-19 Thread Alan Garny
Therefore, I think that we need to restrict it down to something like (in regular expression syntax): (\-|)[0-9]+(\.[0-9]+|)(E(-|)[0-9]+|e(-|)[0-9]+|) In other words: An optional - , followed by 1 or more digits from 0 to 9, followed by an optional decimal point (not a comma

Re: [cellml-discussion] CellML Versioning Strategy

2007-09-19 Thread Alan Garny
At the break-away session on the versioning strategy for CellML (which followed the Auckland CellML meeting today) we discussed the future of how we would version CellML, including whether we would put all elements for the next version of CellML in a completely different namespace, or only

Re: [cellml-discussion] Include_in_CellML_1.2 requested: [Tracker Item 153] Allow multiple connections between the same pair of components

2007-08-28 Thread Alan Garny
Agreed, but we should then also delete (?) the second point of rule 3.4.5.4 (Proper use of the component_1 and component_2 attributes for the map_components element). Alan. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:cellml-discussion- [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of

Re: [cellml-discussion] on a CellML format

2007-08-21 Thread Alan Garny
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:cellml-discussion- [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of David Nickerson Sent: 22 August 2007 03:27 To: CellML Discussion List Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [cellml-discussion] on a CellML format Hi Taishin, Firstly, I think

Re: [cellml-discussion] CeVAS, CUSES, MaLaES

2007-08-19 Thread Alan Garny
David Nickerson wrote: Andrew Miller wrote: David Nickerson wrote: Thanks Andrew. So just to make sure I'm getting it right, in the trunk code CCGS is now a service sitting on top of CaVAS, MaLaES, etc., right? Thats right, so you need to enable those services in configure in order

Re: [cellml-discussion] how to units make a difference to simulation

2007-08-06 Thread Alan Garny
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:cellml-discussion- [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of James Lawson Sent: 06 August 2007 00:40 To: For those interested in contributing to the development of CellML. Subject: [cellml-discussion] how to units make a difference to

Re: [cellml-discussion] how to units make a difference to simulation

2007-08-06 Thread Alan Garny
As you know we (Catherine, you and I) spent a bit of time this morning trying to understand some models. One of the models that Catherine has been working on had problems with units. My understanding is that PCEnv didn't pick those problems up, while COR did. Correcting the problems,

Re: [cellml-discussion] how to units make a difference to simulation

2007-08-06 Thread Alan Garny
As you know we (Catherine, you and I) spent a bit of time this morning trying to understand some models. One of the models that Catherine has been working on had problems with units. My understanding is that PCEnv didn't pick those problems up, while COR did. Correcting the problems,

Re: [cellml-discussion] how to units make a difference to simulation

2007-08-06 Thread Alan Garny
Alan Garny wrote: Again, this is a feature that it would be useful to be able to turn on and off. However I think in most cases the software will not be smart enough to figure out what the units should be. Wrong, it can easily be done. I was about to work on that in COR when Peter

Re: [cellml-discussion] Using PCEnv 2.0

2007-07-25 Thread Alan Garny
Hi Ely, I have the feeling that this might a locale issue. In Brazil, the decimal separator is ,, while it is . in New Zealand (where PCEnv 0.2 is being developed). So, while 0.3 will be a valid floating point number in, at least, English speaking country, it won't be in Brazil (and a few other

Re: [cellml-discussion] CellML 1.1.1 specification

2007-07-19 Thread Alan Garny
If we had our specification in a version control system and tagged out releases and release candidates etc, and if we followed a protocol of releasing at least one stable minor release that marks depreciation only, then the following would be the result (in my mind) - The current

Re: [cellml-discussion] embedded stimulus currents in CellML models

2007-07-19 Thread Alan Garny
Depending on the end-user, it could be a, b and/or c, as well as the fact that apart from PCEnv, no other CellML-capable software that I am aware of can deal with CellML 1.1 models. This emphasises my view that we have to make the CellML API easy to use and provide several examples

Re: [cellml-discussion] embedded stimulus currents in CellML models

2007-07-19 Thread Alan Garny
It would definitely be cool to get some basic documentation for these tools. If you have a go at installing CellML2Dot in Linux Alan, let me know. I'd like to see Andre's simulator too. How does it differ from PCEnv or COR Andre? its quite different in that it has no GUI at all - it is

Re: [cellml-discussion] embedded stimulus currents in CellML models

2007-07-19 Thread Alan Garny
It would definitely be cool to get some basic documentation for these tools. If you have a go at installing CellML2Dot in Linux Alan, let me know. I'd like to see Andre's simulator too. How does it differ from PCEnv or COR Andre? its quite different in that it has no GUI at all

Re: [cellml-discussion] Quick questions about units...

2006-11-09 Thread Alan Garny
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of David Nickerson Sent: 10 November 2006 03:18 To: For those interested in contributing to the development of CellML. Subject: Re: [cellml-discussion] Quick questions about units... CellML

Re: [cellml-discussion] Quick questions about units...

2006-11-09 Thread Alan Garny
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of David Nickerson Sent: 10 November 2006 06:25 To: For those interested in contributing to the development of CellML. Subject: Re: [cellml-discussion] Quick questions about units... I'm really not

Re: [cellml-discussion] Quick questions about units...

2006-11-09 Thread Alan Garny
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of David Nickerson Sent: 10 November 2006 06:40 To: For those interested in contributing to the development of CellML. Subject: Re: [cellml-discussion] Quick questions about units... I'm really not

Re: [cellml-discussion] Binary and source snapshots for PCEnvonWin32and Linux

2006-10-20 Thread Alan Garny
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of David Nickerson Sent: 20 October 2006 08:15 To: For those interested in contributing to the development of CellML. Subject: Re: [cellml-discussion] Binary and source snapshots for PCEnvonWin32and

Re: [cellml-discussion] Binary and source snapshots for PCEnv on Win32 and Linux

2006-10-19 Thread Alan Garny
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Andrew Miller Sent: 19 October 2006 21:32 To: For those interested in contributing to the development of CellML. Subject: Re: [cellml-discussion] Binary and source snapshots for PCEnv on Win32 and

[cellml-discussion] Invitation to STEP Conference #2

2006-10-09 Thread Alan Garny
Dear all, Please find below an invitation to a conference that might be of interest to you as a CellML 'devotee'. Feel free to circulate this announcement among those you think might be interested. Best regards, Alan. -- Invitation to STEP Conference #2 The EC-funded project STEP: a