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Ingrid Tigges


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Professional Interests: SimBiology, Bioinformatics, Graphics, GUIs

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How to repeatedly assign the concentration to a species
The following describes how you can do a repeated assignment for a dataset. If you compare this to the link in my comment you wi...

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How can I use Matlab Compiler to make a stand alone script including simFunction Objects
Steven is right with respect to the link he is refering to. After the loading of your simfunction in your file TEST, you need th...

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Simbiology general stability and speed
I have simulated models with more than 150 reactions myself in SimBiology and this works without problem. Have you seen the "ac...

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How to drive model in simbiology from values on data file?
Do you want a kind of lookup table for your data? If yes you can do it as follows: 1) Create a repeated rule that calls an ex...

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Error in sbmlimport - Conversion from SBML/XML to stochiometric matrix
Hi Namrata, The files from KEGG are not in the SBML format but in the KGML format (see <http://www.genome.jp/kegg/xml/ KGML s...

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SimBiology and the parallel toolbox
Have a look at this link <http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/93471-is-it-possible-to-use-simbiology-model-objects-wi...

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bug: extra space before greek letter if rendered with painters
There is a workaround for this issue. Due to the disadvantages of the workaround, please contact technical support in order to g...

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How can I define a time-dependent reaction rate for an SIR model in Simbiology
Hello Nicolas, You can use rate rules to define parameters that are dependent on time. This link of the documentation explain...

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Find the steady states of a system.
Given that the steady state is defined as dx/dt=0 which is approximately delta x/delta t you can check whether the difference in...

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Triggering Events In SimBiology toolbox
I have attached a .zip file which contains a .sbproj file with a small example. In this example species_1 is created with consta...

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How to load simbiology project object and children from m file?
Hello Zetty, in your code you are using the line simData = sbiosimulate(m1, cs, Dose) ; This way you create a S...

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crash at pcolor, surf, etc..
Don't be afraid to ask technical support in those cases. In worst case the answer will be sorry, you do not have a license with ...

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Concentration in each compartment at a fixed time
Hi Rakesh, Since I do not know whether you are using the SimBiology Desktop, let me explain the Desktop and Command Line appr...

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SimBiology calling a function
Have a look at the attached code. simbiology_ml_answers is the main script. The steps are as follows: * Get species names w...

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simbiology competition and inhibition
You can find an explanation on how to fit parameters that should be within certain limits here: <http://www.mathworks.com/matlab...

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simbiology competition and inhibition
Hi, here are my quick replies to your questions: 1) Create the reaction as you normally do in the SimBiology desktop and then...

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Estimate global and local parameters
You can find an example explaining the combination of pooled (global) and unpooled (local) parameters here <http://www.mathworks...

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Newbie questions in Simbiology
I am not sure how much I can help you with your first two questions, but let me help you with the other three. There is no need...

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Simbiology simulation and fit tasks give different outputs
Are you sure that you are using the same simulation settings, initial values etc. in both situations? It might be worth contacti...

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Regarding PK modelling in Simbiology!
Hi, I do not know your model so keep this in mind when reading my answers. 1) In a typical PK model, the input is likely to ...

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Diagram layout in Simbiology
The issue you describe is an issue of "forward compatibility". To my best knowledge MathWorks trys to ensure that projects from ...

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Upper limit or saturation
Should the upper limit come into play when running a simulation? In this case, you could set the upper limit using an event. Ha...

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Pascal's Triangle
Given an integer n >= 0, generate the length n+1 row vector representing the n-th row of <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pascals_t...

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Cell joiner
You are given a cell array of strings and a string delimiter. You need to produce one string which is composed of each string fr...

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Which values occur exactly three times?
Return a list of all values (sorted smallest to largest) that appear exactly three times in the input vector x. So if x = [1 2...

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Summing digits
Given n, find the sum of the digits that make up 2^n. Example: Input n = 7 Output b = 11 since 2^7 = 128, and 1 + ...

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Return the 3n+1 sequence for n
A Collatz sequence is the sequence where, for a given number n, the next number in the sequence is either n/2 if the number is e...

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Find the numeric mean of the prime numbers in a matrix.
There will always be at least one prime in the matrix. Example: Input in = [ 8 3 5 9 ] Output out is 4...

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Create times-tables
At one time or another, we all had to memorize boring times tables. 5 times 5 is 25. 5 times 6 is 30. 12 times 12 is way more th...

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Make a checkerboard matrix
Given an integer n, make an n-by-n matrix made up of alternating ones and zeros as shown below. The a(1,1) should be 1. Example...

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