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ModelView: online structural analysis of computational models (McDougal et al. 2015)

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" ... To aid users, we have developed ModelView, a web application for NEURON models in ModelDB that presents a graphical view of model structure augmented with contextual information. Web presentation provides a rich, simulator-independent environment for interacting with graphs. The necessary data is generated by combining manual curation, text-mining the source code, querying ModelDB, and simulator introspection. ... With this tool, researchers can examine the structure of hundreds of models in ModelDB in a standardized presentation without installing any software, downloading the model, or reading model source code."
1 . McDougal RA, Morse TM, Hines ML, Shepherd GM (2015) ModelView for ModelDB: Online Presentation of Model Structure. Neuroinformatics 13:459-70 [PubMed]
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Simulation Environment: NEURON; Python;
Model Concept(s): Methods;
Implementer(s): McDougal, Robert [robert.mcdougal at];
This is the readme for the methods associated with the paper:

McDougal RA, Morse TM, Hines ML, Shepherd GM (2015)
ModelView for ModelDB: online presentation of model
structure. Neuroinformatics 13(4):459-70

This code was contributed by Robert A McDougal.

This archive is divided into two parts


  This subfolder contains the code that generates the data that forms
  the basis of what ModelView displays when a model is viewed.


  This subfolder contains the code that presents the model data when
  ModelView is run on ModelDB.

Installation and use is provided in the file modelview_how_to.txt

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