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COPASI

COPASI is a software application for modeling and simulation of biochemical networks. The software package has a GUI that lets users define biochemical network models by entering chemical reactions and kinetic equations. A powerful simulation engine can then perform simulations of the dynamics of the networks and carry out many different computational analyses. COPASI can simulate dynamics using either an ODE approach or a stochastic chemical kinetics approach (Gillespie-type algorithms).

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  •  22 Jul 2010 13:36

    Release Notes: This stable release fixes many bugs. the solver for steady states was made more robust. The stochastic simulation algorithms were improved. The algorithm for elementary flux modes was improved. A new installer was added for the MS Windows version.

    •  19 Mar 2010 07:50

      Release Notes: Support for conditional discrete events, a new stochastic simulation algorithm, sorting and filtering in tables, a new interface for elementary flux mode analysis, and support for SBML Level 2 Version 4 were added. The code was changed to use Qt4. Many bugs were fixed.

      •  17 Apr 2009 10:06

        Release Notes: This release adds many bugfixes, MIRIAM-compliant annotation, time scale separation analysis, display of results in reaction network diagrams, 3D bar charts of matrices, integration with SBW, the ability to use matrix elements in mathematical formulas, and the ability to scan optimizations and parameter estimations.

        •  06 Jan 2009 17:24

          Release Notes: Bugfixes.

          •  08 May 2008 17:35

            Release Notes: A severe problem in the SBML export, which lead to invalid SBML files due to duplicate use of the same SLD, has been fixed.

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