Reproducibility in Systems Biology Modelling: BioModels' role

This webinar, will give an overview of BioModels, a popular repository of curated systems biology models. It will also provide a brief introduction to BioModels Parameters, a sub-resource within BioModels that provides model parts, followed by discussion of a study carried out to assess how reproducible systems biology models are, the reasons why mathematical models fail to reproduce simulation results and the solution we propose to tackle lack of reproducibility. 

Who is this course for?

This webinar is suitable for any researchers interested in systems biology, computational biology modelling and reproducibility.


By the end of the webinar you will be able to:

  • Describe the role of BioModels
  • Know when to use the sub-resource BioModels Parameters
  • Discuss how reproducible systems biology models are

DOI_disc_logo DOI: 10.6019/TOL.BioModels-w.2020.00001.1

This webinar took place on 30th September 2020. Please click the 'Watch video' button to view the recording.

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30 September 2020
Anna Swan

  • Anna Swan

  • Rahuman Sheriff

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