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Frank Sommerhage

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I am investigating the communication (and the physical contact) of cells (neurons, myocytes or genetically modified cells) with electronic sensors (electrodes or field-effect transistors). I studied "Technical Biology and Bionics" in Germany, conducted PhD-studies in Europe's largest research center for interdisciplinary science (Forschungszentrum Juelich), and currently am a PostDoc at UCF's NanoScience Technology Center...

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isosurface, 3D-graphics, fitting, action potential, signal processing, file import

 

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12 Dec 2011 Screenshot PSpice binary import lightning fast import for PSpice binary *.dat files Author: Frank Sommerhage data import, data export, pspice, binary, utilities, data 27 9
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20 Sep 2011 Screenshot get reaction rates out of SimBiology This tool pulls the reaction rates out of your SimBiology model. Author: Frank Sommerhage simbiology, modeling, simulation, data exploration, data export, data import 10 4
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14 Aug 2009 Screenshot Matlab <-> PSpice Interface How to call PSpice from Matlab and import the results Author: Frank Sommerhage data, import, pspice, data import, export, data export 27 7
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23 Sep 2011 get reaction rates out of SimBiology This tool pulls the reaction rates out of your SimBiology model. Author: Frank Sommerhage

Thank you Arthur.

I noticed some differences between the units - in my case, multiplying with a plain 50 did the trick. However, other users might have to use another scaling factor. My next upload will contain a reminder for the scaling factor.

Also, I will incorporate the version check you recommended - just in case.

The ODE trials were mostly filtered out by taking always the last calculated value per time step. This is not 100% save for good results, but hopefully the best choice so far.

My hopes are still on you and your team to incorporate a more efficient way for rate exports directly into SimBiology.

Thanks again,
Frank

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04 Oct 2013 PSpice binary import lightning fast import for PSpice binary *.dat files Author: Frank Sommerhage Ciprian, Borsa

Great converter ! Unfortunately does not work with .dat files bigger then 300 Mb , it seems that "fread" is crashing with "Out of memory" . Also,for .dat files with more than 2000 simulation points it loads the data incorectly (matlab sees some timescale values as -inf).
Do you know if there is a work-arround for this issue ? (I have test it on 16.6)

29 Aug 2013 get reaction rates out of SimBiology This tool pulls the reaction rates out of your SimBiology model. Author: Frank Sommerhage Aditya

Thank you Timothy.

01 Jun 2013 PSpice binary import lightning fast import for PSpice binary *.dat files Author: Frank Sommerhage Aerts, Bert RAM

Solution for Cadence Orcad PSpice 16.6 is to put the precision to 32 bit in stead of the default 64 bit.
Can be done via PSpice, Simulation Settings, tab Data Collection, Probe Data, 32 bit
readdat.m is an excellent and fast tool!

29 Apr 2013 PSpice binary import lightning fast import for PSpice binary *.dat files Author: Frank Sommerhage Aerts, Bert RAM

Unfortunately it does not work with Cadence Orcad PSpice 16.6 which now has 64 bit precision in the .dat file

03 Mar 2013 Matlab <-> PSpice Interface How to call PSpice from Matlab and import the results Author: Frank Sommerhage Shah, Praxal

getting error when I run test.m

Error is

Undefined function or variable 'FET'.

Error in test (line 13)
plot(d.Sim.Time, FET, 'k'); hold on

Please help me!!!
Thank you

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