Figure 4.

SED-ML demonstration. SED-ML facilitates the exchange of simulation experiments for a number of modeling languages and supports a number of existing simulators. In this sample setup, the SBML model file BIOMD0000000021 (available from BioModels Database) was loaded into SBSIVisual, a simulation was created and then exported into the SED-ML Script editor (where the simulation can be reproduced). There the simulation was edited to carry out a simulation on a changed model. Finally, the resulting SED-ML experiment was saved as an archive and uploaded to the SED-ML Web Tools, where it was run to reproduce the simulation experiment.

Waltemath et al. BMC Systems Biology 2011 5:198   doi:10.1186/1752-0509-5-198
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