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Scan Parameter Ranges

Explore simulation results over ranges of quantity values

Functions

sbiosimulateSimulate SimBiology model
sbioacceleratePrepare model object for accelerated simulations
sbiosampleparametersGenerate parameters by sampling covariate model (requires Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox software)
sbiosampleerrorSample error based on error model and add noise to simulation data
addconfigsetCreate configuration set object and add to model object
getconfigsetGet configuration set object from model object
createSimFunctionCreate SimFunction object
sbioplotPlot simulation results in one figure
sbiosubplotPlot simulation results in subplots
sbiotrellisPlot data or simulation results in trellis plot

Classes

SimData objectSimulation data storage
Configset objectSolver settings information for model simulation
SolverOptionsSpecify model solver options
RuntimeOptionsOptions for logged species
CompileOptionsDimensional analysis and unit conversion options
SimFunction objectFunction-like interface to execute SimBiology models
SimFunctionSensitivity objectSimFunctionSensitivity object, subclass of SimFunction object

Examples and How To

Perform a Parameter Scan

This example shows how to perform a parameter scan by simulating a model multiple times, each time varying the value of a parameter.

Concepts

Model Simulation

Simulate dynamic models using various solvers.

Choosing a Simulation Solver

SimBiology® uses a solver function to compute solutions for a system of differential equations at different time intervals during model simulation.

Accelerating Model Simulations and Analyses

You can accelerate the simulation or analysis by converting the model to compiled C code.

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