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Reproducible Research Using Biomodels

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Like other types of computational research, modeling and simulation of biological processes (biomodels) is still largely communicated without sufficient detail to allow independent reproduction of results. But reproducibility in this area of research could easily be achieved by making use of existing resources, such as supplying models in standard formats and depositing code, models, and results in public repositories.

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Funding was provided by National Institute of General Medical Sciences (Grant No. GM080219).

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Correspondence to Pedro Mendes.

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Mendes, P. Reproducible Research Using Biomodels. Bull Math Biol 80, 3081–3087 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11538-018-0498-z

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Keywords

  • Reproducibility
  • Biomodels
  • Standards