ModelDB provides an accessible location for storing and efficiently retrieving computational neuroscience models. A ModelDB entry contains a model's source code, concise description, and a citation of the article that published it. The source code can be in any language for any environment, can be viewed before downloading, and optionally can be auto-launched on download. For further information, see model sharing in general and ModelDB in particular.
ModelDB is tightly coupled with NeuronDB, a database of neuronal properties that are used to constrain models based on experimental observations.
Browse or search through over 1780 models using the navigation on the left bar or in the menu button on a mobile device. To search papers instead of models, go here; this may be used to identify models whose paper cites or is cited by a given paper.