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findUnusedComponents (model)

Find unused species, parameters, and compartments in a model

Syntax

unused = findUnusedComponents(model)
unused = findUnusedComponents(model,dose)
unused = findUnusedComponents(model,dose,variant)

Description

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unused = findUnusedComponents(model) returns a vector of species, compartments, and parameters that are not used in model, which is a SimBiology® model object. For details of what SimBiology checks to decide whether a component is used, see Component Usage.

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unused = findUnusedComponents(model,dose) also searches for unused components in dose, which is a RepeatDose object, ScheduleDose object, or a vector of dose objects.

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unused = findUnusedComponents(model,dose,variant) also searches for unused components in variant, which is a variant object or a vector of variant objects.

Input Arguments

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SimBiology model, specified as a SimBiology model object.

Dose object, specified as a ScheduleDose object, RepeatDose object, or vector of dose objects.

Variant, specified as a variant object or vector of variant objects.

Output Arguments

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Unused components, returned as a vector of species, parameters, and compartments.

Examples

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Load a sample project.

sbioloadproject gprotein.sbproj

Check if there is any unused species, compartments, or parameters.

unused = findUnusedComponents(m1)
unused =

    0x1 empty handle

Add some parameters to the model that are not used.

p1 = addparameter(m1,'p1');
p2 = addparameter(m1,'p2');

Look for those unused parameters.

unused = findUnusedComponents(m1)
   SimBiology Parameter Array

   Index:    Name:    Value:    ValueUnits:
   1         p1       1         
   2         p2       1         

Introduced in R2016b

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