ModelDB

Making models publicly accessible to support computational neuroscience

Conclusion

ModelDB provides a resource for the computational neuroscience community that enables investigators to increase their understanding of published models by enabling them o run the models as published and build on them for further research. Its use can aid the field of computational neuroscience to enter a new era of expedited numerical experimentation.

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Migliore, M., Morse, T.M., Davison, A.P. et al. ModelDB. Neuroinform 1, 135–139 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1385/NI:1:1:135

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Keywords

  • Hines
  • Computational Neuroscience
  • Communication Disorder
  • Submission Process
  • Neuroscience Community