Open SimBiology desktop for modeling and simulation
|SimBiology® model object or an array of model objects.|
|String specifying a file name or path and file name of an sbproj file. If you specify only a file name, that file must be on the MATLAB® search path or in the MATLAB Current Folder.|
the SimBiology Desktop, which lets you:
Build a SimBiology model by representing reaction pathways and entering kinetic data for the reactions.
Import or export SimBiology models to and from the MATLAB workspace or from a Systems Biology Markup Language (SBML) file.
Modify an existing SimBiology model.
Simulate a SimBiology model using individual or ensemble runs.
View results from the simulation.
Perform analysis tasks such as sensitivity analysis, parameter and species scans, and calculation of conserved moieties.
Import and plot data for analysis tasks.
Create and/or modify user-defined units and unit prefixes.
Create and/or modify user-defined kinetic laws.
the SimBiology desktop with
a SimBiology model object. If a project is open in the desktop,
simbiology function adds
the project specified by
File in the SimBiology desktop.
a string specifying a file name or path and file name of an sbproj
file. If you specify only a file name, that file must be on the MATLAB search
path or in the MATLAB Current Folder. If a project is open in
the desktop, the software replaces it with the new project, after
prompting you to save any changes.
Parent property of a SimBiology model
object is set to the SimBiology root object. The root object
contains a list of model objects that are accessible from the MATLAB command
line and from the SimBiology desktop. Because both the command
line and the desktop point to the same model object in the
Root object, changes you make to the
model at the command line are reflected in the desktop, and vice versa.
removes all models from the root object. Therefore, the
removes all models from the SimBiology desktop.
Create a SimBiology model in the MATLAB workspace, and then open the SimBiology desktop with the model:
modelObj = sbiomodel('cell'); simbiology(modelObj)