Shortlog

Date Author Log Options Exposure
2019-01-10 David Nickerson adding a simple python test to help demonstrate https://github.com/dbrnz/opencor/issues/23 [files] [tgz] [zip]
2019-01-10 David Nickerson updating SED-ML to work with newer OpenCOR versions. [files] [tgz] [zip]
2014-12-10 rcai987 Added annotations to Ohara_Rudy_2011 model [files] [tgz] [zip] The ORd human ventricular action potential model
2012-08-17 Dougal Cowan Perhaps the last attempt to get the metadata working [files] [tgz] [zip]
2012-08-17 Dougal Cowan another try at getting the metadata to work with the PMR2 processor [files] [tgz] [zip]
2012-08-14 Dougal Cowan Re-added species, reverted to accented characters [files] [tgz] [zip]
2012-08-14 Dougal Cowan trying to fix the exposure error [files] [tgz] [zip]
2012-08-14 Dougal Cowan added metadata in RDF [files] [tgz] [zip]
2011-11-17 David Nickerson need to make sure there are enough integration points to ensure the stimulus is picked up when running in SRuS. [files] [tgz] [zip]
2011-11-17 David Nickerson update stimulus protocol to allow offset of applied stimulus from time 0 [files] [tgz] [zip]
2011-11-16 David Nickerson SRuS uses the namespaces defined in the source document to resolve xpath expressions, so need to define the correct set of namespaces in order to get simulations to run [files] [tgz] [zip]
2011-08-26 David Nickerson update URL for SED-ML web tools [files] [tgz] [zip]
2011-08-25 David Nickerson resize the image to fit within the model repository content pane [files] [tgz] [zip] The ORd human ventricular action potential model
2011-08-25 David Nickerson adding a simple SED-ML document describing a single simulation which simulates one action potential. Also adding a screenshot taken to illustrate the result of this simulation experiment when run in the SED-ML web tools. [files] [tgz] [zip]
2011-08-25 David Nickerson Original CellML 1.0 encoding of the ORd model contributed by Steven Niederer. This encoding is based on the Matlab code provided by the authors under the http://rudylab.wustl.edu/research/cell/ website. While the units in the CellML encoding are not yet perfect, it is a match for the Matlab code and matches the simulation output for a single beat perfectly. [files] [tgz] [zip]