Corpus ID: 6972138

One file to share them all: Using the COMBINE Archive and the OMEX format to share all information about a modeling project

@article{Bergmann2014OneFT,
  title={One file to share them all: Using the COMBINE Archive and the OMEX format to share all information about a modeling project},
  author={Frank T. Bergmann and Richard R. Adams and Stuart L. Moodie and Jonathan A. Cooper and Mihai Glont and Martin Golebiewski and Michael Hucka and Camille Laibe and Andrew K. Miller and David P. Nickerson and Brett G. Olivier and Nicolas Rodriguez and Herbert M. Sauro and Martin Scharm and Stian Soiland-Reyes and Dagmar Waltemath and Florent Yvon and Nicolas Le Nov{\`e}re},
  journal={arXiv: Digital Libraries},
  year={2014}
}
Background: With the ever increasing use of computational models in the biosciences, the need to share models and reproduce the results of published studies efficiently and easily is becoming more important. To this end, various standards have been proposed that can be used to describe models, simulations, data or other essential information in a consistent fashion. These constitute various separate components required to reproduce a given published scientific result. Results: We describe the… Expand
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